Behavioral inhibition

Behavioral inhibition

The restraint of tendencies to act along with environmental monitoring. As a temperament, this refers to individuals who are timid, shy, withdrawing, and fearful; who tend to experience negative emotions at a higher rate than normal; and who do not explore the world around them actively.

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