volume 28, issue 3, P193-203 2004
DOI: 10.1080/01650250344000389
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Abstract: The aim was to investigate two inhibitory concepts—executive inhibition and inhibition to the unfamiliar. The relation between these two phenomena was studied as well as how they, alone or in combination, are related to the development of hyperactivity, social anxiety, and social competence. The results showed that there was a low, positive relation between these two inhibitory phenomena at age 5 ( n 1/4 151). Further, both types of inhibition were negatively related to nonclinical levels of hyperactivity in …

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