By Warren H. Jones, Jonathan M. Cheek, Stephen R. Briggs
This quantity is set shyness: its definitions and conceptualization as a psy chological build, learn on its factors and results, equipment for meas uring shyness, innovations for easing the disagreeable studies linked to shyness, and its connection to other kinds of social anxiousness and inhibition. the publication jointly was once to supply a source for The central target in placing psychologists from a number of subdisciplines, such a lot significantly social, character, clin ical, and development13-l psychology, as well as social scientists from different disciplines. We do insurrection suppose that those chapters, thought of jointly or separately, supply solutions to each available factor with appreciate to shyness. fairly, we are hoping that the booklet will serve to combine what's identified approximately shyness at the foundation of present examine and theorizing and to supply either instructions and impetus for persevered study, theoretical evolution, and better recommendations of review and intervention. yet one may ask, why one other ebook on shyness? particularly, why a publication at the present given the hot visual appeal of different books at the subject and in view of the vast literature on comparable subject matters similar to introversion and anxiety-topics that might appear to compete with shyness for a similar concep tual house? Our choice to edit this quantity used to be triggered via numerous consid erations, a few functional, others extra important in nature.
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Stanford, CA: Stanford University. Zuckerman, M. (1960). The development of an Affect Anxiety Check List for the measurement of anxiety. Journal of Consulting Psychology, 24, 457-462. 4 A Theory of Shyness Arnold H. Buss This chapter presents a theory that is an elaboration of a conception first developed in my book, Self-Consciousnec;s and Social Anxiety (1980) and in a recent paper (Buss, 1985). Though there is empirical support for several of my assumptions, in the interests of brevity and clarity, I shall not include such data.
Paul Pilkonis (1977a) conducted a rigorous laboratory study that revealed clear behavioral differences between individuals identified on our survey as shy and others identified as not shy. He also demonstrated several different forms that shyness takes, as well as its relationship to other aspects of social behavior (Pilkonis, 1977b). Our research team then used the survey instrument to select groups who would be exposed to different experimental treatments. Memory deficits were found for intelligent shy males whose shyness was aroused (by the presence of an attractive female}--but only when they believed they were the object of evaluation (Hatvany & Zimbardo, 1977).
Shyness: Perspectives on Research and Treatment by Warren H. Jones, Jonathan M. Cheek, Stephen R. Briggs