عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Social anxiety which is defined as uncomfortable experience in the presence of others, is a phenomenon that damages social development of people and impede their talents from flourishing. This phenomenon which is prevalent among adolescence has Impediment effects on performance and dynamism and causes destructive personal and social performance in several areas. The purpose of this study was to determine the role of brain-behavioral systems and stressful experiences on social anxiety disorder symptoms. This study was conducted on a population of 300 students from university of Tabriz, selected by multistage cluster sampling and the subjects were examined in Social anxiety, behavioral inhibition/activation systems, general health and stressful experience. The results of regression analysis indicated that brain–behavioral systems and stressful experience can explain 27% of social anxiety disorder symptoms. According to results brain-behavioral systems and stressful experiences have determinant role in social anxiety symptoms.