Self-Disclosure - A Timing B Equity C Positive/Negativeness...

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1 Self-Disclosure I. Functions A. Expressive B. Impression Management C. Clarification D. Relationship Development E. Information-giving F. Seeking Validation G. Seeking Advice
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2 II. Judging Disclosure A. Intentionality B. Honesty C. Accuracy D. Depth E. Breadth F. Valence G. Relevance H. Appropriateness I. Clarity
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3 III. Correlates A. Personality 1. Shyness 2. Self-esteem 3. Sex 4. Attractiveness
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4 B. Behavior 1. Dyadic effect 2. Interruptions C. Environment 1. Lighting 2. Fewer Participants
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5 IV. Evaluation
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Unformatted text preview: A. Timing B. Equity C. Positive/Negativeness D. Distinctiveness E. Sex 6 V. Family Disclosures A. Couples 1. Wives/Husbands 2. Matching 3. Why not? 4. Satisfaction 5. Relation length 6. Working vs. at home 7 B. Children 1. Mom vs. Dad 2. Satisfaction 3. Amount Discrepancy 4. Parents vs. Peers 8 VI. Getting Someone To Talk More To Us A. Why not disclose? 1. Socialization 2. Not Rewarded 3. Role Assignments 4. Power Position...
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