367 chapter8 - Hmmm maybe I shouldn’t Hmmm maybe I...

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Unformatted text preview: Hmmm, maybe I shouldn’t Hmmm, maybe I shouldn’t have shared that Self Disclosure Chapter 8 Chapter Goals Understand the Complexity of Self­ Disclosure Identify the Effects of Individual Differences, Relational Issues, Culture, Gender, and Receiver on Self­Disclosing Engaging in Self­Disclosure Discloser Explain the Reasons for Engaging or not Enhancing Your Effectiveness as a 2 Definition of Self­Disclosure Evaluative Disclosures Descriptive Disclosures 3 Features of Self­Disclosure Intentionality and Choice Intimacy and Risk Public Information Private Information Trust 4 Self­Disclosure as a Subjective Process History Story Topical Intimacy 5 Factors Affecting Disclosure Individual Differences Relational Issues Cultural Values Gender The Receiver 6 7 Models of Self­Disclosure Social Penetration Degree of Breadth Degree of Depth 8 Models of Self­Disclosure Social Penetration Dialectics 9 Models of Self­Disclosure Social Penetration Dialectics The Johari Window 10 10 Johari Window Known to Self Revealed Self Unknown to Self Open Hidden Blind Unknown 11 11 Unrevealed Johari Window 12 12 Principles of Self­Disclosure We Disclose a Great Deal in Few Interactions Self­Disclosures Occur Between Two People in a Relationship Self­Disclosures are Reciprocal Self­Disclosures Occur in the Context of Time 13 13 Reasons to Self­Disclose Individual Reasons Catharsis Physical Health Self­Awareness 14 14 Reasons to Self­Disclose Relational Reasons Relational Development Maintain or Enhance Relationship Satisfy Expectations for Close Relationship 15 15 Reasons Not to Self­Disclose Avoid Hurt and Rejection Avoid Conflict and Protect Relationship Keep One’s Image Intact, Maintain Individuality Reduce Stress 16 16 Choices for Effective Disclosing Use I­Statements Be Honest Be Consistent with Verbal and Nonverbal Communication Focus Your Nonverbal Communication 17 17 Choices for Effective Disclosing Be Sure Content is Relevant Estimate Risk and Benefits Predict How Partner will Respond Be Sure Amount and Type are Appropriate Estimate Effect on Relationship 18 18 Self­Disclosure—Responding Practice Effective Listening Support and Reinforce Disclosure Keep Things Confidential Don’t Use Disclosure Against Other 19 19 ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2011 for the course PSYCH 367 taught by Professor K.paxton during the Fall '10 term at CSU Dominguez Hills.

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