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Shy and soft-spoken: Shyness, pragmatic language, and socio-emotional adjustment in early childhood

An exploration of the influence of pragmatic language skills on the relationship between shyness and children?s social communication skills, based on a sample of 167 first-graders from 14 public schools in Ottawa, Canada
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