Social Anxiety as a Predictor of Adjustment Problems in Female Students during Adolescence
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Social anxiety, adjustment, adolescence, students.


The present study was conducted to explore the predictive relationship of social anxiety with adjustment problems among female students of Karachi, Pakistan, between age ranges of 12-19 years. Thus it was hypothesized that social anxiety will predict adjustment problems in female adolescents. 250 students were assessed through Pakistani versions of Social anxiety Scale –Adolescents (SAS-A; Ahmad & Bano, 2013) originally developed by La Greca and Lopez in 1998 and Reynolds Adolescent Adjustment Screening Inventory (RAASI; Ahmad, Khanam & Riaz, 2008) originally developed by (Reynolds, 2001).

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