Date

1961

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Science

Department

Psychology

First Adviser

Millon, Theodore

Abstract

The role of non-verbal communication has been stressed increasingly in current appraisals of the psychotherapeutic interview. According to this view, expressive and motor behavior observed by the clinician assists him in the understanding of his patient’s thoughts and feelings. A recent study suggests, however, that observation of expressive and motor behaviors may interfere with the accuracy of clinical judgments.

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