733 1 Bullying and social anxiety experiences in university learning… called here context-specific social anxiety. The question was presented by asking Do you feel such anxiety in your learning situations that it is a problem for you and a list of five typical university learning situations was given, consisting of (a) public speaking and presentation situations, (b) seminars, (c) discussing with a teacher or supervisor, (d) speaking in a foreign language, and, (e) exams and tests. These situations were chosen to represent relatively formal learning situations that include evaluation of individual student’s performance. The respondents were asked to indicate how much social anxiety they typically felt in each type of learning situation (response range 0–3; 0 = I feel no anxiety, 1 = I feel anxiety at times, but it’s not a problem, 2 = anxiety is a slight problem, 3 = anxiety is a big problem). A total score was calculated for each respondent by averaging across the five items, to indicate the level of context-specific social anxiety (Cronbach’s alpha = .737), and scores on individual learning situations were used to indicate the level of situation-specific social anxiety experiences.