True or FalseChildren develop self-control automatically?

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True? or False? Children develop self-control automatically, just by getting older. Justify your response.

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Children Self-Control development
Self-control is an important implement that enables children to regulate their behaviors
and activities, in relation to their environments, as well as controlling their emotions. In the early
years of the toddlers, they show self-control capabilities by trusting adults, controlling anger,
being patient and internalizing rules, among others. It is true that children attain the self-control
abilities automatically with time (Diamon...


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