The negative self-portrayal scale: development, validation, and application to social anxiety.

@article{Moscovitch2011TheNS,
  title={The negative self-portrayal scale: development, validation, and application to social anxiety.},
  author={D. Moscovitch and Vanessa Huyder},
  journal={Behavior therapy},
  year={2011},
  volume={42 2},
  pages={
          183-96
        }
}
The Negative Self-Portrayal Scale (NSPS) is a new questionnaire designed to assess the extent to which individuals are concerned that specific self-attributes they view as being deficient will be exposed to scrutiny and evaluation by critical others in social situations. These concerns have been proposed to drive symptoms of social anxiety and account for individual differences in social fears and avoidance behaviors (Moscovitch, 2009). Here, we introduce the NSPS and examine its factor… Expand
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