Methods of emotional disclosure: Process and immediate reactions in spoken disclosure. Lindsay M Sander

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Methods of emotional disclosure: Process and immediate reactions in spoken disclosure.  by  Lindsay M Sander

Methods of emotional disclosure: Process and immediate reactions in spoken disclosure. by Lindsay M Sander
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There are many ways that individuals disclose information about stressful or traumatic experiences. Traditionally, the emotional disclosure laboratory paradigm has consisted of writing over several sessions about a stressful experience. RecentMoreThere are many ways that individuals disclose information about stressful or traumatic experiences. Traditionally, the emotional disclosure laboratory paradigm has consisted of writing over several sessions about a stressful experience. Recent research has shown that spoken emotional disclosure may be experienced differently by participants- however, little research has been done to explore the process and participants experiences when using this method.

This study examined four forms of spoken disclosure (i.e., control, private, with a passive therapist, and with an active therapist) to help understand under what conditions spoken disclosure can lead to the most expression of emotion, the greatest changes in mood from beginning to end of session, and perceptions of the therapist-participant relationship.

The disclosure sessions were analyzed using Pennebakers Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count, 33-item mood questionnaire, judges ratings of content, and single-item questions created by the researcher. There was support for further investigation into the active therapist model of emotional disclosure, as this group did show greater increases in negative affect and more use of words suggesting cognitive processing. Both individuals who have experienced stressful or traumatic experiences, and developing therapists seem very capable of pushing for more disclosure and more emotional involvement in session.



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