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ArtikelUsing The Imaginary Audience Scale as A Measure of Social Anxiety in Young Adults  
Oleh: Adams, Jeffrey M. ; Jones, Warren H. ; Kelly, Kristine M.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Educational and Psychological Measurement vol. 62 no. 5 (2002), page 896-914.
Topik: YOUNG ADULTS; imagination; college students; measurement; anxieties; social psychology
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Isi artikelTwo studies explored the utility and meaning of the imaginary audience phenomenon among college students. Study 1 examined the psychometric properties of the imaginar audience scale used for college student samples. The second study correlated imaginary self measures, social anxiety measures, and a measure of formal reasoning to predict imaginary audience scores. Results indicated that imaginary audience scale scores met conventional standards of validity and reliability in these samples of post adolescent individuals. As expected, imaginary audience behaviour was related to measures of social anxiety, the self and personality. Furthermore, imaginary audience scores were more strongly related to these measures than to an indx of formal reasoning. The results strongly related to these measures than to an index of formal reasoning. Thesr results suggest that imaginary audience experiences that persist into late adolescence and early adulthood may have more to do with social anxiety than with cognitive development.
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