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Research exploring the link between Social Anxiety and Perfectionsim


Researchers at RMIT University are conducting a study exploring the relationship between social anxiety and perfectionism. This may help us to gain more understanding into the treatment for social anxiety disorder in perfectionistic individuals.
We are looking for people who:
Are 18+ years old
consider themselves to be shy and/or feel anxious in some social or performance situations
What will I have to do?
Participation involves completing a series of online questionnaires relating to different areas such as anxiety, perfectionism and stress.
What will I have to do?
Participation involves completing a series of online questionnaires relating to different areas such as anxiety, perfectionism and stress.
Your identity will remain entirely anonymous.
We would really appreciate 20 minutes of your time to help with our research.
To find out more information and access the online questionnaires simply copy the following link into your web browser
This research has been approved by College Human Ethics Advisory Network - RMIT University


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