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ERIC Number: EJ173143
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Publication Date: 1977
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Disclosure Flexibility and Social-Situational Perceptions
Chelune, Gordon J.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 45, 6, 1139-43, Dec 77
Reactions of observers, classified as either high or low in self-disclosure flexibility, to high and low behavioral samples of self-disclosure to a stranger were examined. Results suggest self-disclosure flexibility reflects perceptual awareness of social-situational norms governing the appropriateness of self-disclosing behavior. (Author)
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