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Privacy between physicians and patients: more than a matter of confidentiality.
This study examined patients' perceptions (N = 427) of the meaning of privacy within the physician-patient dyad. The recognition of the importance of privacy, the norms that govern privacy, and theExpand
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Unwillingness to communicate, anomia-alienation, and communication apprehension as predictors of small group communication.
Summary This investigation created a new 26-item scale to measure a construct labeled unwillingness to communicate. In conjunction with measures of communication apprehension, anomia, and alienation,Expand
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