Gaebelein, Jacquelyn

UNCG

There are 9 item/s.

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Perceptions of personal victimizations : a comparison of predictions made by the defensive attribution and just world models 1981 105 Predictions derived from two models of victim perception, one suggesting that perceptions of victims are based on selfprotective needs (defensive attribution), and one advocating that perceptions of victims are based on a view that undeserved outcome...
The effect of therapist empathy, norm disclosure, and self-disclosure on client disclosure and attraction to the therapist 1979 104 The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of therapist self-disclosure in a clinical setting. In addition, the study investigated theoretical variables related to self-disclosure in psychotherapy. Therapist empathy and disclosure about ...
Institutional relocation : examination of effects and efficacy of two preparatory training programs 1980 107 Individuals previously exposed to a high frequency of stressful life events have been reported to have a high incidence of physiological and psychological problems, and a higher incidence of problems as compared to individuals exposed to few stressfu...
The effects of personal and outcome similarity on physiological and verbal response modes 1975 9 The concept of empathy in personality theory is typically discussed under the rubric of vicarious emotional arousal. Attempts to delineate the interpersonal determinants of empathetic responsiveness have focused on the perceived similarity between mo...
Third party instigation of aggression as a function of noncooperation and "veto power" 1975 40 Previous research has identified several important variables as determinants of instigative aggression. While provocation from a victim has been found to reliably elicit increased attack from an instigator, refusal on the part of an aggressor to comp...
Instigative aggression: traditional versus liberal sex roles 1976 19 A review of the literature on sex differences in aggression reveals that in the majority of studies males are physically more aggressive than females (Buss, 1963; 1966; Taylor and Epstein, 1967). However, most experimenters have grouped male and fema...
When women talk who's listening? the effects of sex of the speaker on listening comprehension 1976 7 Common to the belief that there are differences in abilities between men and women is the likelihood that these beliefs influence the perception and expectation of behavior appropriate to each sex. The persistence of sex-role stereotypes raises the q...
Development of sex differences in listening 1976 17 Various research with adults has shown that males are rated as more intelligent, more interesting, and more highly respected than females by both men and women. There is also evidence to indicate a developmental trend to these evaluations. In the pre...
Sex differences in modes of social influence chosen as a function of attack and motive 1977 5 This experiment was designed to study the behavior of a naive subject who was placed in a situation where he or she had the task of persuading another person to carry out a simple instruction. Six means of persuasion were made available to the subjec...