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Effects of Sex of Model and Media of Model Presentation on Skill Development of Counselor Trainees
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Journal of Counseling Psychology Volume 26, Number 1,

Abstract

Examined effects of written v videotaped presentations and effects of model's sex on counselor trainee's production of counselor reacting response leads. Significant differences for qualitative measures were found for videotaped and written models over control. No differences between videotaped and written models or between model's sex were found. (Author/BEF)

Citation

Robinson, S.E. (1979). Effects of Sex of Model and Media of Model Presentation on Skill Development of Counselor Trainees. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 26(1), 74-80. Retrieved December 4, 2021 from .

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