シャコウ フアン ショウガイ ケイコウシャ ニオケル チュウイ ソウサ ノ エイキョウ : セキメン フアン オ タイショウ ニ シテ
The effect of attentional focus on social anxiety disorder tendency person : For a blushing anxious
Hasegawa, Fumi Ehime University Hospital
Sato, Kenji Institute of Socio-Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokushima Tokushima University Educator and Researcher Directory KAKEN Search Researchers
social anxiety disorder
negative automatic thought
Departmental Bulletin Paper
A self-focused attention(SFA)is pointed out as one of the factors that social
anxiety is maintained.
The aim of the present study was to examine the effect of attentional focus on
social anxiety in a group of high and low blushing-anxious partcipants.368
university students were screened. A high blusing-anxious and a low
blushing-anxious have been extracted for the blush fear score based on mean value
±0.5SD.Final analysis objects were 16 high blushing-anxious people,and 19 low
blushing-anxious people.Participants were randomly allocated to either SFA
condition or a task focused attention(TFA)condition.They were asked to engage in
a 5 min conversation with a university student,and were instructed to either
self-focus(SFAcondition)or task-focus(TFAcondition).Level of state social anxiety,
self-awareness and negative automatic thought were measured.
SFA increased state social anxiety and a negative automatic thought,and a clear
result that TFA was effective in the decrease of state social anxiety and a negative
automatic thought was not able to be obtained in the study.
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