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These results demonstrate that children who score higher in being self-conscious or easily embarrassed are may be more likely to present more severe symptoms of selective mutism. These results also suggest that, in treating or identifying children with selective mutism, it is beneficial to understand the severity to which these children feel self-conscious or embarrassed.
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Self-esteem in children--Research
Ferraris, Janelle; Carrillo-Juarez, Karina; Caballero, Alexandra; and Rede, Melanie, "Correlational Analysis Between Self-Esteem and Selective Mutism" (2022). Undergraduate Research Symposium Posters. 128.
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