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Behavior Therapy. A study by Alden and Bieling (1998) found that socially anxious students who participated in a getting-acquainted task used more safety behaviors and elicited more negative responses from others when they were led to believe that others were particularly likely to appraise them negatively, compared with individuals who engaged in positive appraisal. The authors found a distinct pattern comparing individuals with SAD and panic disorder; individuals with SAD showed longer color-naming latencies for words with a socially threatening connotation than for words with a neutral connotation, whereas individuals with panic disorder showed longer color-naming latencies for words with a physically threatening connotation than for words with a neutral connotation. Therefore, the degree to which people view events as within their control may be a fundamental mediator of psychopathology and treatment (e.g. Speech disturbances and gaze behavior during public speaking in subtypes of social phobia. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 1999;23:637650.Wells A, Clark DM, Ahmad S. New York: Guilford Press; 1995.