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Social anxiety disorder: questions and answers for the DSM‐V
Little supporting evidence was found for the current specifier, generalized SAD, and the data are equivocal regarding whether to consider avoidant personality disorder simply a severe form of SAD.
Interpretation and judgmental biases in social phobia.
Mindfulness and Task Concentration Training for Social Phobia: A Pilot Study
A new treatment for social phobia is evaluated: mindfulness training and task concentration training. The treatment consisted of nine sessions of 45–60 minutes and was administered individually. Nine…
Physiological blushing in social anxiety disorder patients with and without blushing complaints: Two subtypes?
I blush, therefore I will be judged negatively: influence of false blush feedback on anticipated others' judgments and facial coloration in high and low blushing-fearfuls.
Changing Interpretation and Judgmental Bias in Social Phobia: A Pilot Study of a Short, Highly Structured Cognitive Treatment
Interpretation and judgmental biases concerning negative evaluation are considered important maintaining factors in social phobia. Cognitive models imply that solely changing these core cognitions…
Responsibility and obsessive-compulsive disorder: an experimental test.
Socially Anxious Individuals Get a Second Chance After Being Disliked at First Sight: The Role of Self-Disclosure in the Development of Likeability in Sequential Social Contact
High SAs can improve their negative first impression if they are able to increase their self-disclosure behaviour, but SAs showed a decreased level of self- Disclosure behaviour during both social interactions, suggesting targeting self-Disclosure behaviour may improve the negative impression SAs elicit in others.
Social Phobia and Anxiety Inventory