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ERIC Number: EJ167336
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Publication Date: 1977
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Effects of Client Ambivalence, Trainee Conceptual Level, and Empathy Training Condition on Empathic Responding
Kimberlin, Carole; Friesen, DeLoss
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 24, 4, 354-358, Jul 77
Examined effectiveness of different empathy training approaches with high and low conceptual level (CL) trainees and effects of client ambivalence on empathic responding. High CL trainees were found to be more empathic to ambivalent affect statements, while no difference was found on responses to nonambivalent statements. (Author)
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