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ERIC Number: EJ171214
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Publication Date: 1977
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The Effects of Feedback as Interpersonal Reciprocities
Levenstein, Joseph; And Others
Small Group Behavior, 8, 4, 415-31, Nov 77
Tests the hypothesis that a response to a given feedback statement will be its reciprocal. In Phase 1, a pool of feedback statements was written and scaled along dimensions of power (dominance-submission) and affect (affection-hostility). In Phase 2, these statements were used as the basis for giving feedback and replying to it. (Author)
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