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Self-Disclosure_(Revised_for_spr09)[1]

Self-Disclosure_(Revised_for_spr09)[1] - Short fling=deep...

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1 Self-Disclosure I. Functions A. Expressive B. Seeking Validation C. Clarification D. Relationship Development E. Information-giving F. Impression Management G. Seeking Advice
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2 Okay, we’ve known each other long enough that I need to tell you my family is really really rich. Like more rich than you can imagine. You need to understand…my dad’s family has lots of problems….his mom is nuts, his dad left the family when he was six, and he has a brother in prison. So, if he drinks a little too much…. Last night my boyfriend almost broke up with me. He found out that I spent the night with some guy last year after a party. He got really upset even though we both know he’s done the same. Your favorite color is blue. That’s amazing…its my favorite color too!
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Intentional? Honesty? Accuracy? Depth? Breadth? Valence? Relevance? Appropriateness? Clarity? Judging Disclosure Just met=not deep; not broad Acquaintance=not deep, broad
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Unformatted text preview: Short fling=deep, but not broad Long term=deep and broad 4 III. Correlates A. Personality 1. Shyness 2. Self-esteem 3. Sex 4. Attractiveness 5 B. Behavior 1. Dyadic effect 2. Interruptions 3. Alcohol C. Environment 1. Lighting 2. Fewer Participants 6 IV. Evaluation A. Timing B. Equity C. Distinctiveness D. Sex 7 V. Family Disclosures A. Couples 1. Matching 2. Why not? 3. Satisfaction 4. Relation length 5. Working vs. at home 8 B. Children 1. Mom vs. Dad 2. Satisfaction 3. Amount Discrepancy 4. Parents vs. Peers Mom Friends Da d Mom Dad Friends 61% 24% 3% 37% 2% 35% 11-12 year old girls 16-17 year old girls When faced with a problem, who do you prefer to talk to? (1) Availability (2) Getting it (3) Evaluation (4) Trust (5) Topic 9 VI. Getting Someone To Talk More To Us Why not disclose? 1. Socialization 2. Not Rewarded 3. Role Assignments 4. Power Position...
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