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The Johari Window by: David Behm
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History Developed by psychologists Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham in 1955 in the United States. Luft and Ingham called their Johari Model “Johari” after combining their first names, Joseph and Harrington. The Johari Window is used primarily
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Why was this theory developed? The basic concept of the Johari Window is that open, two-way communication can enhance interpersonal effectiveness. The Johari Window was developed to
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The Johari Window
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Open Area During early stages of a relationship and especially during first encounters, our open area of self is much smaller than our hidden area.
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Blind Area We often assume that the public and private selves are all that we are. However, the views that others have of us may be different from those we have of ourselves
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Hidden Area There are often parts of our selves that are too private to share with others. We hide these away and refuse to discuss them with other people or even expose them in any way
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