Relationship between Body Image Concern and Social Interaction Anxiety among College Going Students

Authors

  • Aditya Farsole Head, Department of Psychology, Vanita Vishram Women's University, Surat, India
  • Amtullah Dodia Student, Department of Psychology, Vanita Vishram Women's University, Surat, India

Keywords:

body image concern, college student, Pearson's correlation coefficient, social interaction anxiety

Abstract

The aim of this research is to investigate the relationship between body image concern and social interaction anxiety among college going students. The sample consisted of 60 participants (40 female and 20 male) between the age group of 18 to 25 Surat city. The participants were College going students. The tools used for data collection were Body Image Concern Inventory (BICI) (Littleton, et al, 2005) and Social Interaction Anxiety Scale (SIAS) (Mattick & Clarke, 1998). The data was collected via Google forms and analysis of data was done by Pearson's correlation coefficient method by using SPSS software. The analysis of data indicated that there was a statistically significant positive correlation between Body Image Concern and Social Interaction Anxiety which is 0.424 (p=0.01).

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Published

27-08-2023

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[1]
A. Farsole and A. Dodia, “Relationship between Body Image Concern and Social Interaction Anxiety among College Going Students”, IJRAMT, vol. 4, no. 8, pp. 63–66, Aug. 2023, Accessed: Jun. 24, 2024. [Online]. Available: https://journals.ijramt.com/index.php/ijramt/article/view/2785