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'Play Skills' for Shy Children: Development of a social skills facilitated play early intervention program for extremely inhibited preschoolers

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A study of the effects of the Play Skills for Shy Children program, an early intervention program using a social skills facilitated play approach to reduce social anxiety and increase social interactions with peers among preschool-aged extremely inhibited children, based on data from 22 4- and 5-year-old children attending local child care centers, nurseries, and preschools in Ottawa, Canada
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