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The outcomes and effectiveness of two self-disclosure techniques

dc.contributor.advisorEvans, James
dc.contributor.advisorMcLeod, Hugh
dc.contributor.authorMorgan, Ross Noel
dc.description.abstractIt has been shown that there is a dyadic effect in regard to self-disclosure. This dyadic effect refers to the fact that the more one says about one's self the more another person is likely to say about their self. Two different techniques for creating this dyadic effect have been demonstrated. These techniques are modelling and using self-disclosure as reinforcement. The present study compared the effectiveness of these two techniques in eliciting self-disclosure.en_US
dc.titleThe outcomes and effectiveness of two self-disclosure techniquesen_US
dc.typeThesisen_US of Arts Universityen_US

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