The relations between social anxiety and social intelligence: a latent variable analysis.

Abstract:

:Social anxiety has been associated with biases in cognitive processing and deficits in social performances. Yet, it remains unclear if these variations may be partly attributable to deficits in fundamental social abilities: for example, social intelligence (SI). Using the Magdeburg Test of Social Intelligence (MTSI) as an objective and performance based SI measure, we examined the relationship between social anxiety and SI in a general population sample (N=110) using Structural Equation Modeling. Dimensions of social anxiety as postulated by Clark and Wells (1995) and facets of SI (social understanding, social memory, and social perception), were negatively correlated. Use of safety-behavior in particular was related to deficits in social understanding (r=-0.25; p<0.05) and social perception and memory (r=-0.24; p<0.05). Results suggest small to medium sized relationships between specific facets of social anxiety and certain domains of SI. Therapeutic implications for socially anxious individuals concerning SI are discussed.

journal_name

J Anxiety Disord

authors

Hampel S,Weis S,Hiller W,Witthöft M

doi

10.1016/j.janxdis.2011.01.001

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2011-05-01 00:00:00

pages

545-53

issue

4

eissn

0887-6185

issn

1873-7897

pii

S0887-6185(11)00006-5

journal_volume

25

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