BACKGROUND: Clark and Wells' cognitive model of social anxiety proposes that socially anxious individuals have negative expectations of performance prior to a social event, focus their attention predominantly on themselves and on their negative self-evaluations during an event, and use this negative self-processing to infer that other people are judging them harshly. AIMS: The present study tested these propositions. METHOD: The study used a community sample of 161 adolescents aged 14-18 year...Expand abstract
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The relation between social anxiety and audience perception: examining Clark and Wells' (1995) model among adolescents.
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