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eremophobia, autophobia, monophobia.
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The main concerns of the mother was her bizarre behavior and speech, not eating or dressing herself, loss of interest and social withdrawal.
Overall, parent-rated shyness was significantly and positively associated with teacher-rated anxiety and social withdrawal.
Rubin and colleagues (Rubin, Burgess, Kennedy, & Stewart, 2003), however, have proposed a developmental pathway model that illustrates the correlates and potential outcomes of social withdrawal at various stages of development.
3 All of the above, plus social withdrawal, going to bed very late, lying in bed most of the day.
Faulkner), suggesting that exercise may alleviate some of the negative mental symptoms associated with schizophrenia, including anxiety, depression, and social withdrawal.
Infants with classic RTT have a typical development for the first 6 to 18 months after birth, after which time there is a period of regression and social withdrawal.
Over two years, Montreal students in grades 1, 4 and 7 completed peer evaluations of their classmates and rated them in terms of aggression, likeability and social withdrawal.
When grief is bottled up, Kirk added, it can result in major depression, anxiety, insomnia, relationship problems, coping problems, and social withdrawal among other symptoms.
SAD is a subtype of major depression, which means the same symptoms of depression--such as social withdrawal and lack of interest--still apply For example, Finland experiences long winters and 10% of the population is estimated to suffer from SAD.
To conduct the study, the researchers asked participants to print their Facebook activity and correlated aspects of that activity with the degree to which those individuals exhibited schizotypy, a range of symptoms including social withdrawal to odd beliefs.
Gandhi helped Western Christians recognize that Jesus' "cheeky" resistance to violence offered an alternative to both just war theory and the social withdrawal of many peace churches.

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