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    Extraversion - 66
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    Snapshot Report - Sociability 30

    According to your results you appear to be the type of person who doesn’t socialize often. You likely have a limited social network, and possibly aren’t really interested in extending it beyond a few close and intimate friendships. Having an active social life apparently isn’t the most important thing to you. Chances are that when the opportunity arises to socialize among a large group of people, you’ll likely turn it down if possible. This doesn’t necessarily mean you don’t enjoy socializing or being around people. Rather, you generally prefer spending time with smaller groups of friends. Individuals who score similarly to you typically aren’t conversation-starters, especially with people they aren’t familiar with. In addition, they aren’t known to be exceptionally outgoing, unless among close friends.

    Social Anxiety Score: 30 out of a possible 68

    Your score suggests that you may be experiencing the symptoms of social anxiety disorder. Although the SPIN Self Test screens for the symptoms of social anxiety disorder, only a doctor can make a diagnosis for this disorder.

    Yep, this is about right.
    Last edited by Sandy; 11-10-2007 at 06:01 PM. Reason: I'm sorry - I guess I wasn't copying/pasting correctly.
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    DUPLICATE - I'm sorry!
    Last edited by Sandy; 11-10-2007 at 06:01 PM. Reason: I don't know why this is not showing right! =(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Extroversion: 23 out of 100
    Anxiety: 38 out of 68 [this would have been higher a few years ago]
    I got the same thing...

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    Sociability: 18
    Anxiety: 31
    High factors.

    I am bothered by blushing in front of people.
    Fear of embarrassment causes me to avoid doing things or speaking to people.
    I avoid going to parties.
    * It depends on the type of party, geek parties = good (LAN party, all night movie marathon or board game marathon etc), everything else I'd be bored to death with nobody to talk to and nothing to do. I don't fear parties so much as find them a waste of time.
    I avoid activities in which I am the center of attention.
    I avoid having to give speeches.
    I am afraid of doing things when people might be watching.
    * not a lot of things, but there are things I would do if only with friends but not with a lot of people around.

    None of the questions really got at what I see my core fear as and that is judgment (not criticism - criticism can be argued and refuted or at least learned from) of my values when I strongly suspect they will be radically different than publicly accepted norms. Being judged by strangers does not bother me much since they are generally not folks I have to deal with face to face on a daily basis and have no emotional attachment to.

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    Snapshot Report of Sociability

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    According to your results you appear to be the type of person who enjoys socializing with both large and smaller, more intimate groups of people. You don't mind being around big crowds, but that doesn't mean you'll want to crash every party you're invited to. Having an active social life and extending your network of friends is relatively important to you, but it isn't the most crucial thing. You've managed to strike a great balance between actively involving yourself in your larger social network, and spending some quality time with a few intimate friends. Although you may not always be the conversation-starter or the "life of the party," you are generally a very outgoing individual, whether among friends or people you are less familiar with.


    Social Anxiety Disorder Self-Test

    Your Score: 8 out of a possible 68.

    Your score is not typical of a person suffering from social anxiety disorder.


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    Sociability-42
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    we see things as we are."
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    Sociability
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    According to your results you appear to be the type of person who doesn’t socialize often. You likely have a limited social network, and possibly aren’t really interested in extending it beyond a few close and intimate friendships. Having an active social life apparently isn’t the most important thing to you. Chances are that when the opportunity arises to socialize among a large group of people, you’ll likely turn it down if possible. This doesn’t necessarily mean you don’t enjoy socializing or being around people. Rather, you generally prefer spending time with smaller groups of friends. Individuals who score similarly to you typically aren’t conversation-starters, especially with people they aren’t familiar with. In addition, they aren’t known to be exceptionally outgoing, unless among close friends.
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    Sociability 28

    According to your results you appear to be the type of person who doesn’t socialize often. You likely have a limited social network, and possibly aren’t really interested in extending it beyond a few close and intimate friendships. Having an active social life apparently isn’t the most important thing to you. Chances are that when the opportunity arises to socialize among a large group of people, you’ll likely turn it down if possible. This doesn’t necessarily mean you don’t enjoy socializing or being around people. Rather, you generally prefer spending time with smaller groups of friends. Individuals who score similarly to you typically aren’t conversation-starters, especially with people they aren’t familiar with. In addition, they aren’t known to be exceptionally outgoing, unless among close friends.

    Your Score: 14 out of a possible 68.

    Your score is not typical of a person suffering from social anxiety disorder. However, if your participation in this self test is due to concerns you may have about your overall well-being, we strongly encourage you to make an appointment with a qualified healthcare provider to discuss your feelings.

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    Sociability
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    According to your results you appear to be the type of person who enjoys socializing with both large and smaller, more intimate groups of people. You don't mind being around big crowds, but that doesn't mean you'll want to crash every party you're invited to. Having an active social life and extending your network of friends is relatively important to you, but it isn't the most crucial thing. You've managed to strike a great balance between actively involving yourself in your larger social network, and spending some quality time with a few intimate friends. Although you may not always be the conversation-starter or the "life of the party", you are generally a very outgoing individual, whether among friends or people you are less familiar with.
    I guess I'm not that bad
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