The threshold voltage of a MOSFET decreases as temperature increases.
I don't understand this. Consider an n-type MOSFET that is fabricated in a p-doped silicon substrate. For a channel/inversion layer to be formed under the gate, the holes in the p-substrate directly under the gate must be fully depleted.
As temperature increases, the number of free electrons (minority carrier here) and free holes (majority carrier here) increases. However, since this is a p-type substrate, the free holes are the majority carrier and so should increase in a much greater amount than the free electrons.
Now there are more free holes in the p-substrate directly under the gate. These free holes must be depleted before a channel can be formed. Hence, Vth should increase as there are more free holes to deplete!