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ERIC Number: EJ022209
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1970
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The Relationship of Sex and Instructional Set to the Regulation of Interpersonal Interaction Distance in a Counseling Analogue
Haase, Richard F.
J Counseling Psychol, 17, 3, 233-236, May '70
Male and female students were given either a personal or an academic set and asked to offer reactions, via a Semantic Differential, to interaction settings differing only in the distance separating participants. Results showed that students see the closer interaction distances as most appropriate. No sex differences were found. Implications for counseling and the spatial environment as a factor in counseling interaction were discussed. (Author)
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