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the quality or state of being alone

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a state of social isolation

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the state or situation of being alone

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With the focus primarily on the "the generation of new beings as well as new products and new ideas" (Erikson, 1982), the focus is shifted to those outside the self, leaving little or no scope for social withdrawal.
All in all, it seems that the data collected through EMA can also be useful to provide adjunct information to the professional clinical judgement and self-reported data to examine youth social withdrawal behavior.
Therefore, children's insecure attachment relationship with their caregiver may be a risk factor leading to the use of social withdrawal.
72% experienced Discrimination because of their mental illness; 50% reported that the negative stereotype and feeling of burdening others cause Social Withdrawal in them; 37% reported that they avoid getting close to those who are not mentally ill, to avoid rejection.
What is important to understand from the brief description of social withdrawal is that anxiously withdrawn children are more reactive and less capable of reigning in their reactions than non-withdrawn peers.
Rubin KH, Burgess KB, Coplan RJ, 2002, Social withdrawal and shyness.
Among the mental health problems found in Yolanda-hit areas are hallucinations, excessive anxieties, social withdrawal, changes in eating or sleeping habits, strong feelings of anger, substance abuse, excessive complaints of physical ailments, frequent outbursts of anger, hyperactivity, persistent nightmares and frequent temper tantrums.
However, in the schizophrenia group, the smoking-related increase in the level of nicotine receptors was associated with lower levels of social withdrawal, blunted emotional and motivational responses, as well as better cognitive function.
Schizophrenia can cause hallucinations, paranoia, mood changes and social withdrawal.
It is clinically distinguished by symptoms of social withdrawal, self-confinement in one's home, no intimate relationships with family members, and the absence of engagement in social activities.
In the second category, the excessive control, expressed in forms of social withdrawal, inhibition, depression or various forms of anxiety, brings immediate consequences for the child himself/herself, limiting social experiences and thus creating obstacles for the social and psychological adjustment in childhood (Aunola & Nurmi, 2005).
Sudden lack of interest in school, poor academic performance and social withdrawal
Chapters discuss causes, symptoms and treatment of mental illness with descriptions of successful adaptive aging, using case studies to document everything from social withdrawal to irritability to end-of-life issues.
Symptoms include lack of energy, depression, increased appetite, social withdrawal and a tendency to flop on a settee and take 40,000 winks.
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