Self-Report and Behavioral Measures with Heterosocially Anxious Subjects
The present study examined two behavioral indicators, i.e., the number of initiations of conversation and the number of personal statements uttered in a brief conversation, for 26 heterosocially anxious males as they interacted with a female confederate and correlated these measures with scores on five self-report scales. Most self-report measures correlated well with one another and the personal statements measure correlated with two of the self-report measures.
Montgomery, R., & Montgomery, F. H. (1982). Self-Report and Behavioral Measures with Heterosocially Anxious Subjects. Psychological Reports, 50(3), pp. 1219-1222.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.2466/pr0.1982.50.3c.1219
Keywords and Phrases
Adolescent; Adult; Anxiety; Human; Male; Psychological Aspect; Self Disclosure; Social Behavior
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