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ERIC Number: EJ167410
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Publication Date: 1977
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Effects of Instructions and Modeling in Producing Self-disclosure in the Initial Clinical Interview
Scheiderer, Edwin G.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 45, 3, 378-384, Jun 77
Prior to clinical interview, 32 self-referred male clients were exposed to one of four preinterview conditions, namely modeling, detailed instructions, detailed instructions plus modeling, or control. Detailed instructions produced a significant effect of increasing problem and nonproblem self-disclosure and decreasing impersonal self-description and impersonal discussion. (Author)
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