IS A CHILD’S SILENCE DURING SOCIAL SITUATIONS A SIGN OF SOCIAL ANXIETY?
Selective mutism (SM) refers to the child’s and/or adolescents’ persistent inability to speak in certain social situations, even though they are perfectly able to speak and...
The interpersonal and intrapersonal domains of emotional intelligence are relevant factors in understanding social phobia
Taijin kyofusho (TKS) is a social phobia syndrome found only in Japan and Korea. Examining the characteristics of TKS suggest a link with social interaction anxiety
Individuals with social anxiety can transfer their anxiety and negative thoughts onto the person with whom they are interacting.
Hyperactivity and volume reduction in the insular cortex is linked to social anxiety disorders
The Covid-19 pandemic has given rise to a new form of anxiety disorder - Coronaphobia
Today’s technologies have taken away our natural means of communication, turning us into poor communicators.