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Social Phobia as a Predictor of Social Competence Perceived by Teenagers

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<p class="apa">In this research, it was analyzed to what extent the variables of social avoidance, concern for being criticized and sense of individual worthlessness as sub-dimensions of social phobia predicted the perceived social competence levels of teenagers. The study group of this study included totally 648 students including 301 (46.5%) female and 347 (53.5%) male studying at high-school grade in Erzincan Provincial center. Age interval of the research group varied between 14 and 18. In the research, Perceived Social Competence Scale, Social Anxiety Scale and Personal Information Form were used as data collection tools. The data obtained in the research were analyzed through the stepwise regression analysis method as one of the multiple linear regression analysis. According to the research findings, the variables of social avoidance, concern for being criticized and sense of individual worthlessness significantly predicted perceived social competence.</p>

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Ates, B. (2016). Social Phobia as a Predictor of Social Competence Perceived by Teenagers. International Education Studies, 9(4), 77. https://doi.org/10.5539/ies.v9n4p77

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