Self-Esteem, Shyness, and Sociability in Adolescents With Specific Language Impairment (SLI)
- Quiet Is Okay. Beatty, Grace // Teen Ink;Sep2015, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p10
The article discusses the author's definition of introvert which often categorized as shy and antisocial but may have plenty of self-esteem and do not fear interacting with others.
- Lise Ã–ÄŸrencilerinin UtangaÃ§lik ve Benlik SaygÄ±larÄ±nÄ±n Fonksiyonel Olmayan Tutumlar AÃ§Ä±sÄ±ndan Ä°ncelenmesi. HAMARTA, Erdal; DEMİRBAS, Elif // Selcuk University Social Sciences Institute Journal;2008, Vol. 21, p239
Purpose and significance: Shyness, which is described as that an individual feel restless in his relationships with other persons, is simply a disturbing feeling, which is felt during interpersonal relationships and embarrasses natural behaviors (EnÃ§, 1980). Also, shyness is seen as the most...
- Rejection Sensitivity, Shyness and Body Mass Index: Determinants of Self-worth among Obese Adolescents. Mushtaq, Mamoona; Ahmed, Niaz; Jamal, Zafar; Asad, Shumaila // Pakistan Journal of Medical Research;Oct-Dec2015, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p116
Background: Research has established the negative impacts of obesity upon the adolescents especially in the form of peer rejection and bullying behaviors. Shyness is a natural response of obese adolescents which adversely affects their self-worth. Objectives: To observe the relationship of...
- Parental Bonding and its Association With Shyness, Self-Esteem and Self-Image in Teenagers. Malik, Tasmia; Rafique, Rafia // Journal of Behavioural Sciences;2013 Special issue, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p102
The article focuses on a research conducted by the authors related to the relationship between teenagers' self-esteem, self image and shyness and bonding with their parents. It states that the authors conducted regression analysis to understand the relationship. It highlights that parental...
- Rural & isolated. Headley, Susan // Youth Studies Australia;Mar1998, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p61
Presents an abstract entitled `Longitudinal Trajectories of Self-Esteem from Early to Middle Adolescence and Related Psychosocial Variables Among Rural Adolescents,' by L.M. Deihl, J.R. Vicary et al published in the `Journal of Research on Adolescence.'
- Adolescents' Possible Selves and Their Relationship to Global Self-Esteem. Knox, Michele; Funk, Jeanne; Elliot, Robert; Bush, Ellen Greene // Sex Roles;Jul98, Vol. 39 Issue 1-2, p61
Cites a study on how adolescents relate to global self-esteem. What has been identified as a problematic period for female self-esteem; Use of global self-esteem measures to conduct study; Number of subjects used in the study; Impact of gender-role socialization on the domains that are related...
- Be your own cheerleader. // Current Health 1;Sep93, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p6
Gives advice to adolescents on raising self-esteem. Self-evaluation test; Focus on personal strengths; Disabuse of mind from negative thoughts; Attempts to do difficult things; Respect for others and self; Taking up responsibilities. INSET: Ready, set, goal!.
- Taking a look at self-esteem. Arbetter, Sandra // Current Health 2;Apr96, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p6
Discusses self-esteem among adolescents. Definition of self-esteem; Importance of self-esteem in lives of young people; Parents' involvement in children's self-esteem; Information on Emotional Quotient; Results of study conducted by American Association of University Women (AAUW). INSETS: Six...
- Teen esteem. Gilbert, Susan // Redbook;Oct93, Vol. 181 Issue 6, p186
Presents facts on self-esteem in adolescents. Antisocial behavior of boys with high self-esteem; Self-esteem in girls as based on success in building intimate relationships; Boys' self-esteem as based on ability to control anxiety in social situations.