volume 39, issue 4, P357-362 1966
DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8341.1966.tb00986.x
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Abstract: The literature on silence in psychotherapy is somewhat diverse, and is confined almost entirely to its theoretical aspects. The following study presents a review of the subject, and considers some problems of management of silence in interview situations, with some suggestions for further investigations. For the purpose of this paper, silence has been defined in the following terms: ‘A period of time during a formal consultation between a therapist and a patient (or patients) when verbal communication ceases.’…

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