|aShyness and embarrassment :|bperspectives from social psychology /|cedited by W. Ray Crozier.
|aCambridge :|bCambridge University Press,|c1990.
|axii, 363 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aIntroduction / W. Ray Crozier -- Social psychological perspectives on shyness, embarrassment, and shame / W. Ray Crozier -- Shyness and embarrassment in psychological theory and ordinary language / Peter R. Harris -- The expression of shyness and embarrassment / Jens Asendorpf -- The impact of focus of attention and affect on social behaviour / Frederick X. Gibbons -- The evolution and manifestation of social anxiety / Paul Gilbert and Peter Trower -- Embarrassment : a conceptual analysis / Rom Harr歋 -- Embarrassment and blushing : a component-process model, some initial descriptive and cross-cultural data / Robert J. Edelmann -- Blushing as a discourse : was Darwin wrong? / Cristiano Castelfranchi and Isabella Poggi.
|aA definition of shyness and its implications for clinical practice / Henk T. van der Molen -- Shyness and self-presentation / James A. Shepperd and Robert M. Arkin -- Shyness as a personality trait / Jonathan M. Cheek and Stephen R. Briggs -- Social anxiety, personality, and the self : clinical research and practice / Lorne M. Hartman and Patricia A. Cleland.