Questionnaires

11 self-construal scale [Jo]
5 item personality
16 SPAI 
24 body awareness [Harry]
10 item AQ [Paul] David IRI?? 24 questions sub scaled perspective taking etc.



Self-construal: independent versus interdependent [24]
Personality: Single item personality measure [5]
Social Anxiety - SPAI [32 - people in general and ] SAD [27]
AQ/EQ/SQ [50] - maybe build a cut version of AQ?
Porges introception [45]  ---- subset
Self monitoring [24]
Alexithymia TAS [20]
Social dom [8]
SES - subjective measurement? (London? Classmate?)
Culture/Ethnic -  self similarity from images
Occupation
Education level
Languages
Age/gender
University Subject
Video/VR experiment 
Attachment

Dark Triad
SRQ

Presence Questionnaire


Jo:
Self-other overlap
Self-construal: independent versus interdependent [24 questions]

Frida: intro-extraversion

Paul:
AQ (Autism - spectrum quotient)

Harry:
Self monitoring


Social Anxiety Questionnaires:

Social Avoidance and Distress (SAD)
Watson, D., Friend, R., (1969) Measurement of Social-Evaluative Anxiety, Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 33, pp. 448-457

27 statements associated with social anxiety, which he could choose either to ‘agree’ or ‘disagree’. As an example, the following are three questions from the questionnaire: 

 1. I usually feel relaxed when I meet someone for the first time. (Agree/Disagree)
 2. I try to avoid formal social occasions. (Agree/Disagree)
 3. I often feel on edge when I talk to a group of people. (Agree/Disagree) 


The overall score was the sum of answers that reflected the participant’s social anxiety level. For example, choosing ‘disagree’ for statement (1) and ‘agree’ to statement (2) and (3) would each add 1 to the SAD score. 

Social Phobia and Anxiety Inventory (SPAI)
Turner SM, Beidel DC, Dancu CV, Stanley MA (1989) An empirically derived inventory to measure social fears and anxiety: The Social Phobia and Anxiety Inventory. Psychological Assessment: A Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 1: 35–40.

The full SPAI questionnaire has 45 items consisting of a total of 110 questions. Thirty two of the items (consisting of 97 questions) are concerned with social phobia and the remaining 13 items are concerned with agoraphobia. Each question is scored on a scale ranging from 1 to 7 where higher scores indicate greater anxiety. 

1: Never
2: Very infrequently
3: Infrequently
4: Sometimes
5: Frequently
6: Very frequently
7: Always

I feel anxious in small gatherings... 
    with strangers                                   Never  1 ... 7 Always
    with authority figures                       Never  1 ... 7 Always
    with members of the opposite sex  Never  1 ... 7 Always
    with people in general                     Never  1 ... 7 Always

The full Questionnaire SPAI
 
The original idea of the SPAI questionnaire was to compute a total score based on the social phobia items and subtract the total score based on the agoraphobia items – thus ending up with a score that reflects a pure social phobia scale, that is social phobia that is not itself a secondary symptom of agoraphobia.

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