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ERIC Number: EJ381639
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1988
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Responses of Deaf Adolescents to Differences in Counselor Method of Communication and Disability Status.
Haley, Thomas J.; Dowd, E. Thomas
Journal of Counseling Psychology, v35 n3 p258-62 Jul 1988
Tested effects of counselor disability status (hearing, deaf) and communication method (sign language, interpreter, written) on deaf adolescents' (N=106) ratings of counselor social influence, empathy, and willingness to see counselor. Subjects rated videotaped counselors higher on social influence, counselor effectiveness, and empathy if used sign language rather than written communication. Found no significant differences for counselor or disability status. (Author/NB)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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