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|Other Titles: ||Internal Self-focus Attention and External Threat Detection of Socially Anxious High School Students|
Self-focus;Threat detection;Social anxiety;High school students
|Issue Date: ||2015-07-14 17:11:51 (UTC+8)|
The study is to explore the contents of internal self-focus and external threat detection of high socially anxious high school students in the social context, from the viewpoint of attention allocation in social anxiety. In this study, I tried to categorize high socially anxious individuals’ reactions into two aspects, one is inwardly focusing on negative self-appraisal and another is outwardly scanning their social context for cues of rejection vigilantly; and further developed the Internal Self-focus Scale and the External Threat Detection Scale according to seventeen high school students’ in-depth interviews. After revision from pretest, 522 high school students were used to test the reliability and validity of these developed scales. The findings suggested that the Internal Self-focus Scale included four factors, namely, expression ability, family background, academic ability, and appearance dressing. The External Threat Detection Scale included three factors, namely, others’ negative facial expression, becoming focus of others, and others’ flat response; the reliability estimates of the Internal Self-focus Scale and the External Threat Detection Scale were .82 and .91, separately. In terms of validities of the scales, the Internal Self-focus Scale and the External Threat Detection Scale were significantly related to high school students’ social anxiety score; however, these two scales were not significantly related to their number of good friends. Implications for educational guidance and future studies were discussed accordingly.
|Relation: ||屏東教育學報, 33, 515-546|
|Data Type: ||article|
|Appears in Collections:||[教育學系] 期刊論文|
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