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POPULAR ARTICLES

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Why Are People Mean? Don't Take It Personally!

When You Have Been Betrayed

Struggling to Forgive: An Inability to Grieve

Happy Habits: 50 Suggestions

The Secret of Happiness: Let It Find You (But Make the Effort)

Excellence vs. Perfection

Depression is Not Sadness

Conflict in the Workplace

Motivation: Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic

Promoting Healthy Behavior Change

10 Common Errors in CBT

What to Do When Your Jealousy Threatens to Destroy Your Marriage

Rejection Sensitivity, Irrational Jealousy and Impact on Relationships

For Women Only: How to Have the Relationship of Your Dreams

What to Do When Your Partner's Jealousy Threatens to Destroy Your Relationship

Making Attributions for a Healthier Attitude

Happiness is An Attitude

Thinking Your Way to a Healthy Weight

Guide to How to Set Achieveable Goals

The Effectiveness of Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Anxiety Disorders

Co-Dependency: An Issue of Control

The Pillars of the Self-Concept: Self-Esteem and Self-Efficacy

Catastrophe? Or Inconvenience?

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Change Yourself--Don't Wait for the World to Change

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Rainy Autumn Morning

Energizing Audios

Quick Stress Relief

Thinking Your Way to a Healthy Weight

Lies You Were Told

Choosing Happiness

Lotus Flower Relaxation

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Willoughy Social Anxiety Scale

The following questionnaire is for personal information only and is not meant to be a professional evaluation. As with many research questionnaires, this questionnaire may not be normed for online participants. Please take this into account when you receive the results.


This questionnaire assesses the degree of social anxiety that you experience.

The questions in this scale are intended to indicate various emotional personality traits. It is not a test in any sense because there are no right nor wrong answers to any of the questions.  Choose the response that best describes how you would feel or respond.

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Question 1: Do you get anxious if you have to speak or perform in any way in front of a group of strangers?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 2: Do you worry if you make a fool of yourself, or feel you have been made to look foolish?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 3: Are you afraid of falling when you are on a high place from which there is no real danger of falling – for example, looking down from a balcony on the tenth floor?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 4: Are you easily hurt by what other people do or say to you?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 5: Do you keep in the background on social occasions?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 6: Do you have changes of mood that you cannot explain?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 7: Do you feel uncomfortable when you meet new people?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 8: Do you day-dream frequently, i.e., indulge in fantasies not involving concrete situations?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 9: Do you get discouraged easily, e.g., by failure or criticism?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 10: Do you say things in haste and then regret them?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 11: Are you ever disturbed by the mere presence of other people?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 12: Do you cry easily?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 13: Does it bother you to have people watch you work even when you do it well?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 14: Does criticism hurt you badly?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 15: Do you cross the street to avoid meeting someone?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 16: At a reception or tea do you go out of your way to avoid meeting the important person present?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 17: Do you often feel just miserable?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 18: Do you hesitate to volunteer in a discussion or debate with a group of people whom you know more or less?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 19: Do you have a sense of isolation, either when alone or among people?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 20: Are you self-conscious before ‘superiors’ (teachers, employers, authorities)?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 21: Do you lack confidence in your general ability to do things and to cope with situations?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 22: Are you self-conscious about your appearance even when you are well-dressed and groomed?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 23: Are you scared at the sight of blood, injuries, and destruction even though there is no danger to you?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 24: Do you feel that other people are better than you?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


Question 25: Is it hard for you to make up your mind?


Never
Somewhat
Half the time
Usually
Always


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