volume 57, issue 3, P235-240 1984
DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8341.1984.tb02583.x
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Abstract: Many forms of therapy deem it important for therapists to demonstrate to their clients that they understand the particular client's dilemma. The most common approach to therapists' demonstrations of understanding is the Rogerian method of reflection. Another approach to demonstrating understanding is to make accurate predictions of the client's behaviour. The purpose of the present experiments was to test the hypothesis that therapist predictions (predictive interactions) would be viewed by observers as more d…

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