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ERIC Number: EJ040873
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1971
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Female Preference for Therapist Initial Interview Style as a Function of "Client" and Therapist Social Role Variables
Heilbrun, Alfred B., Jr.
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 18, 3, 285-291, Jul 71
Therapist status and sex and the sex-role identity were investigated for females varying in readiness for therapy. Among the results were that high-readiness girls preferred less directive interviewing from high-status therapists. Low-readiness girls, given high therapist status, preferred greater directiveness from male than female therapists. (Author)
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