Psychologist: In a study, researchers gave 100 volunteers a psychological questionnaire designed to measure their self-esteem. The researchers then asked each volunteer to rate the strength of his or her own social skills. The volunteers with the highest levels of self-esteem consistently rated themselves as having much better social skills than did the volunteers with moderate levels. This suggests that attaining an exceptionally high level of self-esteem greatly improves one`s social skills.The psychologist`s argument is most vulnerable to criticism on which of the following grounds?
【选项】It overlooks the possibility that factors other than level of self-esteem may be of much greater importance in determining the strength of one`s social skills.