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Abstract

The aim of this study is to determine the prevalence of the social phobia among nursing college students and determine the relationship between their demographic characteristics and social phobia. A descriptive analytic study was carried throughout the present study to determine the prevalence of social phobia among nursing college students in Al-Qadisiyah University during the period from April 1stto December 1st, 2017. A study sample disproportional stratified sample of 100 students, 25 students from each stage were included in the study. the result revealed that the indicate equal between male and female (50%), the study results are (55%) that are (19-24) years within age groups. Regarding residence of study sample that the majority are urban (63%), and most of the study sample are single (94%). The study results that the reveal stage or grade are equal (25%).study results that indicate for all evaluation for responses that majority of the study sample are high social phobia (62%). Also, the study results showed that the social phobia is high among nursing college students and there is a relationship between the social phobia and the student's age, marital status, and stage. The study concludes the study concludes that the nursing college students are highly affected by social phobia and the majority of that effect present during the first and second stage, while it decreased at the third and fourth stage. In addition, the students' age and marital status play an important role in determining the social phobia.

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Prevalence Social Phobia Nursing College stu-dents

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Alya Khudhair Abbas, Mustafa Naim Abdullh, & Buthaina Shaheed Yaser. (2018). Prevalence of social phobia among nursing college students. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 9(2). Retrieved from https://pharmascope.org/ijrps/article/view/235