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Table 2 Correlations between the SASKO-J subscales and the validation instruments

From: Two dimensions of social anxiety disorder: a pilot study of the Questionnaire for Social Anxiety and Social Competence Deficits for Adolescents

Scale Dimension SPAIKa YSR-Kb DIKJb
TALK Anxiety 0.902** 0.335** 0.426**
REJECT Anxiety 0.795** 0.380** 0.483**
INTERAC Deficit 0.760** 0.369** 0.462**
INFORMAT Deficit 0.676** 0.356** 0.470**
LONELY Additional scale 0.544** 0.296** 0.384**
TOTAL Anxiety/deficit 0.885** 0.405** 0.511**
  1. Results are based on the mixed clinical sample (N = 85)
  2. TALK scale “fear of talking and fear of being in the focus of attention”, REJECT scale “fear of rejection”, INTERAC scale “interaction deficits”, INFORMAT scale “information-processing deficits”, LONELY scale “loneliness”, TOTAL total scale, SPAIK Social Anxiety Disorder and Anxiety Inventory for Children, YSR-K Youth Self Report-Short form, DIKJ Depression Inventory for Children and Adolescents
  3. ** p < 0.01
  4. aCorrelation by Spearman-Rho (5 % level, two-sided)
  5. bCorrelation by Kendall (5 % level, two-sided)