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ERIC Number: ED068064
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 25
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The Effect of Audio and Video Recording on Clients. Research Report 2-72.
Gelso, Charles J.
This study examined the effects of audio and video recording on clients when recording is done for the purpose of counselor supervision. Video recording inhibited the self-exploration of clients with personal problems and it also resulted in less satisfaction with counseling. Both recording methods inhibited self-exploration in clients with educational-vocational problems, but neither method affected their satisfaction. Recording methods also affected clients' self-reports of the extent to which they felt inhibited by these methods, and the effect was equal across problem types. The effects of recording did not decrease from the first to the second interview. Recording did not affect clients' responses to or counselors' ratings of their clients on an excitation-inhibition scale. (Author)
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Authoring Institution: Maryland Univ., College Park. Counseling Center.