Normative Data for the Personal Report of Confidence as a Speaker
Normative data for the Personal Report of Confidence as a Speaker (PRCS; Paul, 1966), a measure of public-speaking anxiety, were collected by administering the PRCS to 1109 college students. PRCS scores were examined in relation to gender, race, age, and grade-point average. No significant between-group differences were found. The Endings indicate that levels of public-speaking anxiety are generally constant across gender, race, and age. Normative data for all scores across Caucasian and African-American subjects are presented. (C) 1997 Elsevier Science Ltd.
Journal of Anxiety Disorders
Phillips, G. C.,
Jones, G. E.,
Rieger, E. J.,
Snell, J. B.
(1997). Normative Data for the Personal Report of Confidence as a Speaker. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 11(2), 215-220.
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