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social

1. relating to or engaged in social services
2. (esp of certain species of insects) living together in organized colonies
3. (of plant species) growing in clumps, usually over a wide area

social

  1. (of certain species of insects and some animal species, including humankind) living together in organized colonies or groups.
  2. pertaining to human society and/or to human interaction in organizations, groups.

social

Pertaining to a group, community or the public. A hot buzzword applied to many products, social implies being able to easily find and share comments and content with others who are related to you in some manner (friends, colleagues, community, etc.). See social network and social networking site.
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The DSM-5 Social Anxiety Disorder Severity Scale - Child Form is a scale with 10 items that measure the severity of social anxiety in children and adolescents aged 11-17 years.
In addition, social fears and social anxiety disorder predict later alcohol abuse [25] and nicotine dependency [16].
Of the 100 children, 64% had PN (panic disorder), 10% had GD (generalized anxiety disorder), 53% had SP (separation anxiety), 15% had SC (social anxiety disorder) and 16% had SH (significant school avoidance).
A pediatrician should watch and note the emerging pattern of a timid toddler to see if the shyness eases or impacts social functioning; by bending the course of social interactions, social anxiety disorder critically affects developing social skills, self-regulation, affect tolerance, emerging identity, and confidence.
The cognitive model about social anxiety disorder is based on this assumption that over reaction of emotions and maladjustment are main features of SAD [17,19].
I also thought it brought good awareness to the disorder, as well, you don't hear about it a lot.” and “...Lisa was open, honest and sincere in sharing her personal experiences related to social anxiety disorder...”
The first disorder, "taijin kyofusho," is a culture-bound social anxiety disorder that has been documented in Japan since the 1930s.
[4,5] The generalised subtype or generalised social anxiety disorder (GSAD) is associated with greater comorbidity, chronicity, and functional impairment.
(2005) it was found that adolescent girls had more severe Generalized Anxiety Disorder symptoms and Social Anxiety Disorder symptoms than adolescent boys.
The father-of-two says he suffers from a 'social anxiety disorder' and should have had a desk reserved for him.
Social anxiety disorder is characterized by an extreme fear of social or performance situations.

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