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Language and academic abilities in children with selective mutism

An inquiry into the influence of children?s anxiety and selective mutism on their academic abilities in non-language subject areas, based on a sample of 103 children, aged 6 through 10, and their parents, recruited from mental health agencies near Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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