1. I’m always trying to figure myself out
2. I’m concerned about my style of doing things
3. It takes me time to overcome my shyness in new situations
4. I think about myself a lot.
5. I care a lot about how I present myself to others.
6. I often daydream about myself.
7. It’s hard for me to work when someone is watching me.
8. I never take a hard look at myself.
9. I get embarrassed very easily.
10.I’m self-conscious about the way I look
11. It’s easy for me to talk to strangers.
12.I generally pay attentive to my inner feelings
13.I usually worry about making a good impression
14.I’m constantly thinking about my reasons for doing things‚
15.I feel nervous when I speak in front of a group
16.Before I leave my house‚ I check how I look.
17.I sometimes step back (in my mind) in order to examine myself from a distance.
18.I’m concerned about what other people think of me.
19.I’m quick to notice in my mood.
20.I’m usually aware of my appearance.
21.I know the way my mind works when I work through a problem.
22.Large groups make me nervous
Private Self-Consciousness‚ Public Self-Consciousness‚ Social Anxiety
3= a lot like me; 2= a little like me; 1= somewhat like me; 0= not like me at all
Private Self-Consciousness: items (1‚ 4‚ 6‚ 8‚ 12‚ 14‚ 17‚ 19‚ and 21)
Public Self-Consciousness: items (2‚ 5‚ 10‚ 13‚ 16‚ 18‚ and 20)
Social Anxiety: items (3‚ 7‚ 9‚ 11‚ 15‚ and 22)
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