The relation of parental sociability and parenting behaviors (such as warmth and control) to shyness in children was examined. The subjects were 280 fifth-and sixth-grade children (139 boys and 141 girls). The data were analyzed by multiple regressions. Results showed that (1) maternal sociability was related to shyness in children: the more sociable the mothers, the less shy their children, and (2) paternal and maternal warmth were related to shyness in children: the warmer the fathers and mothers, the less shy their children.
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