self-disclosure

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self-disclosure

 [self″dis-klo´zhoor]
sharing personal feelings and information with others.
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Consistent with Mazer, Murphy, and Simonds' (2007) design of teacher self disclosure on Facebook, three fictitious Facebook pages were developed to measure the extent of self-disclosure, under the spectrum of high, moderate, and low self-disclosure (Mazer, Murphy, & Simonds, 2007).
1) issue of the Avoiding Liability Bulletin under the title of "Self Disclosure." As with many discussions about self-disclosure, the assumption in that piece was that the disclosure takes place during the therapist-patient or counselor-client relationship.
These differences between men's and women's emotional self disclosure are also significant as to convince the reader of the credibility of the finding of present study.
This study also extends Bowman's (2004) research on men and perceived appropriateness of self disclosure by predicting the self-reported friendship behaviors of men rather than their inferences about hypothetical other men.
Self disclosure is an important part of communication.
One outcome of self disclosure is the norm reciprocity, which is a feeling of obligation "to reciprocate with our own disclosure when another person reveals himself...."
ERIC Descriptors: Qualifications; Eligibility; Vocational Education; Graduates; Institutional Characteristics; Graduate Surveys; Graduation Requirements; Self Disclosure (Individuals); Models; Predictive Validity; Predictive Measurement; Measurement Objectives; Measurement Techniques; Academic Persistence; Evaluation Methods; Evaluation Research
Wheeless and Grontz (1976) designed a self-disclosure measure looking at: truthfulness, conscious intent, valence of the disclosure, the extent, and the quantity of self disclosure. Unlike other measures, the instrument is unconfined to the subject-matter.
ERIC Descriptors: Homosexuality; Sexual Identity; Sexual Orientation; Educational Research; Research Methodology; Ethics; Self Disclosure (Individuals); Educational Researchers; Bias; Validity; Research Problems
ERIC Descriptors: Disabilities; Enrichment Activities; Autism; Asperger Syndrome; Residential Programs; Pervasive Developmental Disorders; Academically Gifted; Special Schools; Classification; Federal Legislation; Individualized Education Programs; Clinical Diagnosis; Counseling Techniques; Self Disclosure (Individuals); Web Sites; Parents; Child Rearing; Evaluation Methods; Drug Therapy; Leisure Time; Orientation; Summer Programs; Dining Facilities; Daily Living Skills; Classroom Environment; Student Behavior; Self Control

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