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The effects of social anxiety on interpersonal evaluations of warmth and dominance

Social anxiety disorder is associated with interpersonal dysfunction, but it is not clear why people with the disorder feel unsatisfied with their relationships. One possibility is that higher social anxiety could lead to changes in sensitivity to interpersonal traits. We examined whether social anx... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Anxiety Disorders March 2016, Vol.38, pp.68-78
Main Author: Rodebaugh, Thomas L
Other Authors: Bielak, Tatiana , Vidovic, Vanja , Moscovitch, David A
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Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0887-6185 ; E-ISSN: 1873-7897 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.janxdis.2016.01.002
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  • Moscovitch, David A
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  • Interpersonal Processes
  • Person Perception
  • Friendship Quality
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description: Social anxiety disorder is associated with interpersonal dysfunction, but it is not clear why people with the disorder feel unsatisfied with their relationships. One possibility is that higher social anxiety could lead to changes in sensitivity to interpersonal traits. We examined whether social anxiety moderates the types of interpersonal evaluations people make regarding warmth and dominance. We developed vignettes in which central characters systematically varied in dominance and warmth and asked two samples of participants (undergraduate students, = 176, and online workers, = 403) to rate their willingness to interact with, and the social desirability of, these characters. Participants in general reported stronger desire to interact with warmer and less dominant characters, and rated warmer and more dominant characters as being more socially desirable. People with higher social anxiety exhibited...
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