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Marie tries her best to treat all of her children the same and enforce her rules and standards equally, but she slips now and then: Sometimes she is a little more lenient toward Catarina, other times she is a little more strict with Isabella, and still other times she lets Luisa get away with a transgression. Marie is concerned about the impact her parenting is having on her children's developing personalities, but why should she not worry?
a)  Few parents have a single childrearing style that is maintained consistently over time.
b)  Temperament is the sole determinant of personality, so there is little she can do to change that.
c)  Her archetypal "mother" status is acknowledged even when she slips up a little.
d)  Children react more strongly to an underlying parental style than they do to surface behaviors.

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