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Loneliness and disclosure to peers by early adolescents / Ramona L. Holowatuik.
The present research was designed to investigate the differences between lonely and non-lonely early adolescents in: (a) their disclosures to familiar peers and, (b) their perceptions of their relations with familiar ...
Loneliness : an examination of the nonverbal behaviors that accompany self-disclosures in unstructured conversations / by Ronald Steven Snitz.
Loneliness is an interpersonal problem that involves a lack of intimacy and inappropriate self-disclosure patterns. Double bind theory predicts that high selfdisclosures should normally be accompanied by highintimate nonverbal ...
The outcomes and effectiveness of two self-disclosure techniques
It 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 ...