Self-statements and self-evaluations: A cognitive-response analysis of heterosocial anxiety

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In the present investigation, an inductive measurement technique was employed to test some of the shared assertions made by theories of emotional behavior and behavior change. Specifically, the effects of heterosocial anxiety and anonymity on self-statements and self-evaluation by men were investigated. It was found that the anticipation of a discussion… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01185965

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@article{Cacioppo2005SelfstatementsAS, title={Self-statements and self-evaluations: A cognitive-response analysis of heterosocial anxiety}, author={John T. Cacioppo and Carol R. Glass and Thomas V Merluzzi}, journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research}, year={2005}, volume={3}, pages={249-262} }