1. activity level,2. anger/frustration,3. attentional focusing,4. discomfort,5. fear,6. high intensity pleasure,7. impulsivity,8. inhibitory control,9. low intensity pleasure,10. perceptual sensitivity,11. positive anticipation,12. sadness,13. shyness,14. smiling/laughter,15. soothability (falling reactivity" (Teglasi et al., 2004, page 10).
1. Activity Level: How active generally is the child/person from an early age?2. Distractibility: How easily is the child/person distracted? Can s/he pay attention?3. Intensity: How loud is the child/person generally, whether happy or unhappy?4. Regularity: How predictable is the child/person in his or her patterns of sleep, appetite, bowel habits?5. Persistence: Does the child/person stay with something s/he likes? How persistent or stubborn is s/he when wants something?6. Sensory threshold: How does the child/person react to sensory stimuli: noise, bright lights, colors, smells, pain, warm weather, tastes, the texture and feel of clothes? Is s/he easily bothered? Is s/he easily over-stimulated?7. Approach/withdrawal: What is the child/person's initial response to newness- new places, people, foods, and clothes?8. Adaptability: How does the child/person deal with transition and change?9. Mood: What is the child/person's basic mood? Do positive or negative reactions predominate?