Inventory of Interpersonal Situations (IIS)

Inventory of Interpersonal Situations (IIS)
Van Dam-Baggen and Kraaimaat‚ 1999
 
1.    Joining a conversation of a small group of people
2.    Telling a friend that he/she is doing something that bothers you
3.    Resisting pressure to accept an offer (for example‚ at the door‚ in the street)
4.    Accepting a compliment for something you did
5.    Asking a friend to help you with something
6.    Requesting the return of something you have lent to someone
7.    Turning down a request to lend someone money
8.    Refusing a request from an authority figure (e. g.‚ employer‚ superior‚ teacher)
9.    Telling someone that you are pleased with what he/she did for you
10.Asking someone to stop bothering you in a public place (theater‚ subway)
11.Maintaining eye contact during a conversation
12.Asking for information (at a window or booth)
13.Initiating a conversation with an attractive male/female
14.Expressing an opinion that differs from that of the person with whom you are talking
15.Initiating a conversation with a stranger
16.Expressing an opinion that differs from that of those around you
17.Complimenting someone for a job well done
18.Returning a defective item (for example‚ in a store or restaurant)
19.Asking for a further explanation about something you did not understand
20.Expressing your opinion in a conversation with a group of unfamiliar people
21.Telling someone that he/she offended you
22.Refusing a request from a person you like
23.Expressing your appreciation for a present
24.Telling someone that he/she is good looking
25.Discussing why someone seems to avoid you
26.Telling someone that you like it that he or she appreciates you
27.Agreeing with a compliment about your looks
28.Telling someone that you are pleased with something you did
29.Initiating a conversation with a stranger
30.Expressing your opinion of life
31.Telling someone you no longer want to see him/her
32.Insisting that someone contributes his/her share
33.Telling someone that the way he/she is talking disturbs you
34.Expressing your opinion to an authority figure (e. g.‚ employer‚ superior‚ teacher)
35.Asking a friend to go out with you
 
 
Part 1: Discomfort: 1- none‚ 2- a little‚ 3- a fair amount‚ 4- much‚ 5- very much
Part 2: Frequency of Occurrence: 1- never‚ 2- seldom‚ 3- sometimes‚ 4- often‚ 5- always
 
 

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