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Therefore, the main aim of this study was to investigate the effect of the P4C programme with 5 to 6-year-old children, and after an eight-month experiment, to compare the verbal reasoning skills of the intervention and control groups, their talkativeness and the frequency that they answer "I do not know" when asked to reason their own opinion.
Drug episodes involving mephedrone were often characterized by feelings of euphoria, wellbeing, talkativeness, and bonding of friendships.
Hortensio threatens Kate with a ride in a cart, which can also be taken as a form of punishment for her talkativeness and for her disobedience.
The successful test-firing of the Iran-made ballistic missiles yesterday was a firm response to the prating and talkativeness of the US officials who threaten the Iranian nation continuously," Dehqan told FNA in the Northern city of Semnan on Tuesday.
The comedian "dreads" that the child might inherit Melai's talkativeness.
However, what is common to all of them is the saga of talkativeness and argumentativeness.
To many, it seemed that France, in the space of a few years, had gone from amnesia to obsession with the colonial legacy, from colonial aphasia (to borrow Ann Stoler's term (2)) to postcolonial logorrhea--another communication disorder characterized by "excessive and often incoherent talkativeness or wordiness.
For older children, changes in social behaviors, such as socially isolating themselves through withdrawal or avoidance, as well as an increase or decrease in talkativeness, and an increase in risk-taking behaviors may occur.
Transgression talkativeness, creating distractions, of school poor peer relationships, aversion rules to school, lateness, leaving early, absence from class, truancy.
It required the most despairing feats of will on my part to elicit from him communicativeness, kindness, talkativeness.
An almost identical version of the Scilurus story is yet again cited by Plutarch in an essay called On Talkativeness later in the Moralia.
Pride and Prejudice is full not just of talk but of talkativeness.