VELOCIPASS Neuroscience Shyness Skews Child Language Assessments

Shyness Skews Child Language Assessments

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This shows a shy child.Shyness can notably impact a child’s performance in language assessments, particularly those requiring higher levels of social interaction. The research, encompassing 122 children aged 17-42 months, explored how different levels of social interaction in language tasks affected their performance, revealing shyer children struggled more with verbally intensive tasks.

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