Is shyness context specific? Relation between shyness and online self-disclosure with and without a live webcam in young adults

@inproceedings{Brunet2007IsSC,
  title={Is shyness context specific? Relation between shyness and online self-disclosure with and without a live webcam in young adults},
  author={Paul M. Brunet and Louis A. Schmidt},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract The Internet provides a new tool to investigate old questions in experimental social psychology regarding Person × Context interaction. We examined the interaction of self-reported shyness and context on computer-mediated communication measures. Sixty female undergraduates unfamiliar were paired in dyads and engaged in a 10 min free chat conversation on the Internet with and without a live webcam. Free chat conversations were archived, transcripts were objectively coded for… CONTINUE READING

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