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ERIC Number: EJ027845
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1970
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Finger Blood Volume Responses of Counselors, Counselor Trainees, and Non Counselors to Stimuli from an Empathy Test
Gellen, Murray I.
Counselor Education and Supervision, 10, 1, 64-73, F '70
The major finding was that Counselors in this sample displayed higher arousal than the sample of scientists during the presentation of dialogs depicting human interactions. This finding is consistent with the widely held view that counselors reflect a greater degree of humanistic interpersonal orientation than noncounselors, and offers support for the assumption that the degree of empathy can be indexed by one or more measures of physiological reactivity to carefully selected materials. (Author)
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