Shy Kids Might Not Have Difficulty With Language, University of Colorado Study

Published: Feb 06, 2014

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Shy children do not have difficulties with language, suggests a new study that challenges previous research. Although shy kids tend to speak less, they understand what's being said as well as more outgoing youngsters, the researchers said. They also found that girls have higher levels of shyness and language development than boys.

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