self-disclosure


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self-disclosure

 [self″dis-klo´zhoor]
sharing personal feelings and information with others.
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The Division values input from those who have experience with ACPERA and other stakeholders who have considered ACPERAs effects on the self-disclosure of wrongdoing.
Sexual self-disclosure, sexual compatibility, and sexual conflict were identified from independent lines of research (e.g., Offman & Matheson, 2005) and theoretically linked with sexual predicted outcome values.
This involves advising mothers on nutrition, self-disclosure as well as advice on how to ensure children are not infected despite their mothers' positive status.
Attorney's Office for the District of New Jersey announced that they have declined prosecution of Cognizant Technology Solutions after considering the factors set forth in the Department of Justice's Principles of Prosecution of Business Organizations and the Corporate Enforcement Policy, including Cognizant's "prompt voluntary self-disclosure, cooperation and remediation, as well as Cognizant's disgorgement to the Department and the U.S.
That lesson is that there can be great value in self-disclosure. I appreciate the potential danger of self-disclosure with offenders.
FriedA!man believes that the ingredients in making friends are physical proximity, familiarity, similarity and self-disclosure. He thinks that acquaintances, that common start point in all employee relationships, can mature into friendships given the correct recipe.
Now, those candidates for Florida's trial courts face another important deadline, to submit The Florida Bar Judicial Candidate Voluntary Self-Disclosure Statement, which is a key part of The Florida Bar's voter-education efforts.
Self-disclosure has long been identified as one of the most effective ways of building a relationship with another person.
It adds discussion on corporate social activism, consumer boycotts, framing, redefining the followership role, polythink, self-disclosure, universal dilemmas, and other topics.
In addition, the visually unavoidable physical changes, occurring outside of the counselor's control, may herald issues of transference, countertransference (Bienen, 1990; Dyson & King, 2008; Fuertes, Gelso, Owen, & Cheng, 2013), and self-disclosure (Audet, 2011; Silverman, 2001).
The ratings are based on checks conducted at the suppliers' production plants and on self-disclosure. The automaker is starting the ratings system with the selection of suppliers for the new Audi e-tron electric SUV and for the successor to the Audi A3.