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Social anxiety prediction pattern with regard to cognitive behavioral factors

  title={Social anxiety prediction pattern with regard to cognitive behavioral factors},
  author={Hassanvand Amouzadeh Mahdi and Shaeri Mohammad Reza and Asghari Moghaddam Mohammad Ali},
  journal={Journal of Research \& Health},
Social anxiety is one of the most debilitating anxiety disorders that can negatively affect all aspects of a person's life. Yet, despite the fact that its prevalence rates are relatively high, factors associated it are still poorly understood. The study aimed at determining the prediction model of social anxiety through investigating variables like: depression, shame, behavioral Inhibition, shyness, and anger as predictors of social anxiety. The study applied a correlative method and a Sample… Expand
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