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Differences in the effect of video feedback on social anxiety between junior high school and high school students

[Speaker] Nonaka, Shunsuke:1
[Co-author] Kawagoe, Anri:1, Shimada, Hironori:2
1:Graduate School of Human Sciences, Waseda University (Japan), 2:Faculty of Human Sciences, Waseda University (Japan)

As development influences social anxiety, the effect of video feedback (VF) may be stronger in junior high school students than high school students. The purpose of present study was to examine such differences.
VF was provided to 24 junior high school students and 18 high school students. They were asked to complete questionnaires assessing the degree of self-monitoring of social skills performance (self-monitoring), efficacy of social skills performance (efficacy), and social anxiety.
An ANOVA showed that the main effect of time was significant for self-monitoring and efficacy. The effect sizes of monitoring scores and efficacy scores were larger in junior high school students than high school students. These findings suggest that the effects of VF differ between junior high and high school students.
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