Psychometric properties of the Social Interaction Self-Statement Test in a college sample.
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The psychometric properties of the Social Interaction Self-statement Test were investigated with a sample of 321 college students. Factor analysis of the 30 items gave two factors, similar to the positive and negative self-statement subscales. The internal consistency coefficients of the factor scales were high and adequate. Correlations between the subscales and independent measures of social anxiety and psychological distress from the Symptom Checklist-90--Revised were examined. Data provided opportunity for evaluating the construct validity and psychometric adequacy of the test.
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Osman, A.; Markway, K.; and Osman, J. R., "Psychometric properties of the Social Interaction Self-Statement Test in a college sample." (1992). Faculty Publications. 4517.