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(2015) found in their research that based on children's responses and ideas, guided discussion raised the number of words (talkativeness) in responses by 4 to 5-year-old children.
Behavioral changes include excessive talkativeness and increased self-confidence.
Coupled with a passage from Plutarch's Concerning Talkativeness (506a), which adduces the same Odyssean passage, M.
This excessive talkativeness is an important feature of social communication in individuals with AD, as these individuals tend to repeat themselves or ask the same question to the same correspondent.
Similarly extraversion reflect assertiveness dominance talkativeness and enthusiasm (Zhao and Seibert 2006) and they mostly enjoy social situations and as consumer may have the tendency to buy just for the sake of fun.
Mephedrone is taken for its stimulant properties that reportedly induce effects similar to amphetamine-based drugs, including increased energy, talkativeness, empathy, and insomnia (Dargan et al., 2010; McElrath & O'Neill, 2011; McElrath & Van Hout, 2011; Measham et al., 2010; Van Hout & Brennan, 2012).
It can produce excessive enthusiasm and talkativeness."
Bipolar disorder (BD), especially manic symptoms, and attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are thought to have a specific association or transaction because of their overlapping symptoms (including impulsivity, talkativeness, irritability, distractibility, and increased motor activity).
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.