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Was führt zu sozialer Angst?

  • Jürgen HoyerEmail author
  • Samia Härtling
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Zusammenfassung

In diesem Kapitel möchten wir verschiedene Theorien und Denkmodelle zu der Frage vorstellen, warum gerade einzelne Personen betroffen sind. Wie so oft, gibt es nicht das eine Modell oder den einen Grund, der auf alle Betroffenen zutrifft. Vielmehr gibt es zahlreiche Bedingungen und Auslöser, die miteinander in Verbindung auftreten müssen, um eine soziale Angst entstehen zu lassen. Wir befassen uns mit den wichtigsten dieser Faktoren. Dazu zählen die erblichen (genetischen) Grundlagen von sozialer Angst und Persönlichkeitsmerkmale wie die Schüchternheit. Wir berücksichtigen auch das Konzept der Verhaltenshemmung, Erziehungsfaktoren und negative Erlebnisse bis hin zur Ausgrenzung und sozialen Isolation. Daneben werden aber auch Faktoren wie eigene Ansprüche, Angst vor Rückmeldung, Angst vor Erfolg und das Thema Selbstwert und Selbstsicherheit betrachtet.

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  1. 1.Technische Universität DresdenDresdenDeutschland

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