This article describes the evolution of visual media that was developed to enhance a clinical intervention called INSIGHTS into Children's Temperament. First, the theoretical and research studies that supported the intervention are presented. Then the iterative steps used to transform the statistical data that identified common school-age children's temperament profiles into puppets and other visual media are enumerated. Finally, the implications of conducting a theory-based intervention within a school environment are discussed.
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