Phobic anxiety in 11 nations. Part I: Dimensional constancy of the five-factor model.

  title={Phobic anxiety in 11 nations. Part I: Dimensional constancy of the five-factor model.},
  author={Martin Eisemann and J{\"o}rg Richter and Tian Po Oei and Vicente E. Caballo and Jan van der Ende and Ezio Sanavio and Nuri Bag{\'e}s and Lya Feldman and B{\'a}rbara Torres and Claudio Sica and Saburo Iwawaki and Robert J Edelmann and W. Ray Crozier and Adrian Furnham and Barbara L Hudson and Giovanna Aguilar and Willem A. Arrindell and Richard Bentall and K. Robert Bridges and Ann Buchanan and Manuel G. Calvo and Gloria Canalda and Jorge Zavala Castro and Matt Davis and R J Farrer and L Felman and Wolfgang Frindte and Tommy G{\"a}rling and P{\'e}ter Gaszner and Robert Gillholm and Markus Gustafsson and Sidsel Hansson and Peter James Harris and Chryse Hatzichristou and Marnie Johnston and J{\'a}nos K{\'a}llai and E Kasielke and Justin A Kenardy and Chew Choon Leong and Andr{\'e}e Liddell and Imogene Montgomery and David L. Palenzuela and Donald Pennington and M. Peter and M J Pickersgill and L A Recinos and Jeffrey C. Richards and Olof Ryd{\'e}n and Melissa Andrea Simon and Mark Surman and Flor Zald{\'i}var},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  volume={41 4},
The Fear Survey Schedule-III (FSS-III) was administered to a total of 5491 students in Australia, East Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Guatemala, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Spain, Sweden, and Venezuela, and submitted to the multiple group method of confirmatory analysis (MGM) in order to determine the cross-national dimensional constancy of the five-factor model of self-assessed fears originally established in Dutch, British, and Canadian samples. The model comprises fears of bodily injury-illness… CONTINUE READING