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The Social Phobia Inventory (SPIN) is a measure for the screening of, and treatment response to, social phobia.
In their study Connor (2000) reported that the test demonstrated:
"Good test—retest reliability, internal consistency, convergent and divergent validity were obtained. A SPIN score of 19 distinguished between social phobia subjects and controls. The SPIN was responsive to change in symptoms over time and reflected different responses to active drugs v. placebo."
Use of the instrumentEdit
Kathryn M. Connor, MD, Jonathan R. T. Davidson, MD, l. Erik Churchill, MS, Andrew Sherwood, PHD and Richard H. Weisler, MD Psychometric properties of the Social Phobia Inventory (SPIN) British Journal of Psychiatry (2000) 176: 379-386