What is Social Anxiety Disorder?

Social anxiety disorder, also known as social phobia, is triggered by social or performance situations in which one may be the focus of attention or evaluated negatively by others. Some of the symptoms of social anxiety disorder include: fear of looking foolish, fear of public speaking, fear of making conversation, fear of public places, and fear of meeting new people. There are also physical symptoms, such as sweating, shaking, or nausea in public places.

Currently, we are not conducting any social anxiety disorder studies.