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They may shrink away from unfamiliar adults, refuse to approach new toys or enter new rooms, and withdraw from unknown peers. Inhibited preschool-age children may not show overt fear or distress but tend to exhibit quiet restraint and hesitancy to smile, approach, or initiate spontaneous conversations with new peers or adults. In older children, the restraint and reticence may be especially evident with groups of unfamiliar peers. , birthday parties, classrooms). In addition, older children may show anticipatory anxiety with regard to transitions to new settings or activities.
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Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents, Second Edition by Tracy L. Morris