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ERIC Number: EJ038914
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1971
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Self Actualization and Modification of Affective Self Disclosures during a Social Conditioning Interview
Hekmat, Hamid; Theiss, Michael
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 18, 2, 101-105, Mar 71
Analysis of the data indicated that the low self actualizing group had the highest rate of conditioning, while the high self actualizing individuals showed a nonsignificant gain in the rate of affective self disclosures during conditioning but were more resistant to extinction as compared to the low and the moderate groups. (Author)
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