Robert F. Brammer

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In this reexamination of a previously published report (R. Brammer, 1997), psychologists and psychology students (N = 138) were provided an artificial intelligence program that simulated a clinical interview, The "client" provided paragraph-length answers to the questions participants chose to ask. At the end of their interview, the participants provided a(More)
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