Online version of the Social Avoidance and Distress Scale (SADS) measures aspects of social anxiety, including distress, discomfort, fear and avoidance. Social avoidance is defined as the desire to escape or actually avoiding being with, talking to, or interacting with others for any reason.
Authors: D. Watson, R. Friend (1969)
Test is provided for educational and entertainment use only. It is not intended to be a psychological advice of any kind, and come without any guarantee of accuracy or validity. Assesment is free and anonymous. You can save the direct link to your results.
- D. Watson, R. Friend. Measurement of Social-Evaluative Anxiety // Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1969. Vol. 33. No. 4