So far, researchers do not know how the two forms of shyness (fearful and self-conscious shyness) relate to each other, or how inhibited children negotiate the selfpresentation challenges they increasingly face as they grow older.
How might we help children negotiate the self-presentation challenges?
Crozier (2002) argues that there are many issues about the nature of shyness still to be resolved and suggests that longitudinal studies may be needed to map in detail changes in shyness across the years of childhood and adulthood.
What areas do you think might be considered?
However, although some distinctions are useful in shyness and embarrassment, there are also problems in the ability to distinguish one from the other. This perhaps leads to the question, should the psychology of shyness and the psychology of embarrassment be separate psychologies or be integrated?
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