Longitudinal trajectories of social reticence with unfamiliar peers across early childhood.

Abstract

Behavioral inhibition is a temperament assessed in the toddler period via children's responses to novel contexts, objects, and unfamiliar adults. Social reticence is observed as onlooking, unoccupied behavior in the presence of unfamiliar peers and is linked to earlier behavioral inhibition. In the current study, we assessed behavioral inhibition in a… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0037751

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