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Clients' attributions of recalled important or helpful events in a counseling interview
- Clients' attributions of recalled important or helpful events in a counseling interview
- Lee D.Y.; Kim S.Y.; Uhlemann M.R.; Park S.H.
- Ewha Authors
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- Psychological Reports
- Psychological Reports vol. 91, no. 1, pp. 10 - 16
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- Clients' causal explanations for recalled important or helpful events between those of early and of late sessions of counseling interview have been examined. We predicted that (a) for clients' recalled important or helpful events, there will be more internal attribution in late than in early sessions and (b) clients' evaluation of counseling sessions would be positively related to their internal attribution of the recalled important or helpful events. Data were generated from 84 sessions of therapy, with 12 counselor-client dyads conducting seven sessions of therapeutic interviews each. Immediately after each interview, clients were requested to recall and explain the most important or helpful events that happened during the session. Clients' causal explanations of the events were analyzed by two trained judges. Results showed no statistically significant differences in frequencies of internal attribution. Similarly, internal attribution did not covary with clients' evaluation of counseling sessions. The implications of the results are discussed.
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