The IAS is composed of items describing subjective responses of anxiety (feeling tense, nervous, anxious, or uncomfortable) when confronting a variety of situations involving contingent social interactions, that is, situations in which an individual’s responses are contingent upon the responses of other persons with whom he or she interacts (e. g., a job interview, a conversation with a person of the opposite sex, talking to a teacher or a boss, talking on the telephone).
You could find more information about this instrument in the following link: Datasheet for IAAP Division 6
This scale is also known as Mood Evaluation Scale . This instrument is aimed at assessing current mood, especially in the context of the administration of a mood induction procedure (MIP), but it can be used whenever there is a need to measure transitory moods at any one time.
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The IAS is aimed at assessing the general tendency for people to experience anxious feelings (the subjective or affective component of social anxiety) in situations involving contingent social interactions (“face-to-face interactions”), that is, situations wherein a person needs the feedback from the others.
You could find more information about this instrument in the following link: IAS - Datasheet for IAAP Division 6
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