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IPSMInterpersonal Sensitivity Measure (psychology)
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The psychometric properties of the Interpersonal Sensitivity Measure in social anxiety disorder.
Data were collected 6 months apart, and the measuring tools used were the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV, the Interpersonal Sensitivity Measure, the Chronic Strain Interview, and the Episodic Stress Interview.
Relationship of the Intensity of Habitual Guilt with the Interpersonal Sensitivity Measures and the Anxious-Aggressive and Empathic Components
The correlations of intensity of habitual guilt with the interpersonal sensitivity measures were very low with interpersonal guilt, r (339) = .17, p = .001, 95% CI = .07 [less than or equal to] r [less than or equal to] .29, and zero with empathy, r (339) = .05, p = .337, 95% CI = -.06 [less than or equal to] r [less than or equal to] .16.
In short, taken together, the results obtained in the proportion of interpersonal events variable and those obtained in the two interpersonal sensitivity measures (empathy and interpersonal guilt) suggest that, to a large extent, the differences in the proportion of interpersonal events reported by the various subgroups reflect a different level of interpersonal sensitivity: men tend to show a lower level of interpersonal sensitivity than women, although this gap seems to close in the 40-50 age group.
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