unsocialized

unsocialized

(ʌnˈsəʊʃəˌlaɪzd) or

unsocialised

adj
marked by unsocialism
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The dogs were untrained, unsocialized, and inadequately contained; both paid the ultimate price for their owner's negligence and irresponsibility.
Under the developmental stage models, unrestrained and unsocialized youth are brought under control through normalizing and institutionalizing processes.
The psychobiological model for impulsive unsocialized sensation seeking: A comparative approach.
An unsocialized puppy is more likely to be fearful of new situations and people as an adult, Dr.
Having spent their entire lives in a backyard, the dogs were unsocialized and fearful of strangers.
175) Her motherhood was put on trial not just as a result of her son's injury, but through the attribution of mother blame at what were interpreted as his character traits, not simply a disability, as a social worker "testified that he was 'the most unsocialized child' she had ever seen," characterizing him as "a little animal child.
The reactionary disorders diagnosis potentially can lead to revamping of how socialized and unsocialized conduct behavior problems are conceptualized.
Around the turn of the twentieth century, a generation of sexologists including Havelock Ellis, Max Dessoir, Albert Moll, and Sigmund Freud (whose writings on sexuality address sexological debates) interrogated this notion of human development, suggesting that childhood was in fact dominated by irrational, unsocialized psychosexual impulses.
The designation 'a child of blood' supports this notion of the pre-baptismal child as an incomplete, unsocialized being that I have developed here.
The men these authors portray respond poorly to conventional adult expectations and are relatively unsocialized to the roles of breadwinner, worker, husband, and father that were so imprinted on past generations.