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ERIC Number: EJ153294
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Publication Date: 1977
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Effects of Contrasting Degrees of Privacy on Client Self-Disclosure in a Counseling Setting
Holahan, Charles J.; Slaikeu, Karl A.
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 24, 1, 55-59, Jan 77
The study involved a laboratory analogue simulating invasion of privacy by a third party in a counseling setting. The experimental design included 74 subjects randomly assigned to three experimental conditions, private, invasion, and spatial divider. Results strongly demonstrated reduced privacy decreases client self-disclosure. (Author)
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