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Preparing low-income hispanic, black, and white patients for psychotherapy: evaluation of a new orientation program.
Results indicated that patients who were oriented were more knowledgeable about psychotherapy and more positive in their attitudes toward psychotherapy than were patients who had not been oriented. Expand
Human figure drawings of gender-problem and school-problem boys
In this study 19 boys aged 4 through 13 years referred for gender problems were compared with 35 similar-aged boys referred for school problems on variables derived from sets of human figure drawings, indicating that gender-problem boys were more likely to draw female figures in response to a Draw-a-Person (DAP) instruction. Expand
Self-reported psychiatric symptoms among black, Hispanic, and white outpatients.
While, overall, therapist diagnostic severity was related significantly to self-reported symptomatology, the relationship was strongest for white patients, significant but less strong for Hispanic patients, and not significant for black patients. Expand
Orienting psychotherapists to better serve low income and minority patients.
Data indicated that therapists improved significantly in knowledge, sensitivity, and effectiveness as a result of the special therapist orientation program. Expand
Gender role abnormalities in boys: An analysis of clinical ratings
Clinical ratings made on a series of 29 boys, aged 5–13, and their families who had been referred to a project dealing with gender disturbance indicated 4 orthogonal factors: specific effeminate behaviors; normalcy of family environment and childhood adjustment; Factor III, family overprotectiveness and associated fearfulness in the child; and Factor IV, social unresponsiveness and aversiveness in the children. Expand
Intervention with families of gender-disturbed boys.
A treatment program for gender-problem boys and their families is described. In addition to being highly effeminate in their interests, the boys were also markedly deficient in social skills,Expand
Orienting therapists about patients' needs to increase patient satisfaction.
The patients seen after therapist orientation were more satisfied with the services, felt better able to handle problems, were more likely to seek therapy for future problems, and felt more strongly that their needs for clinic services had been met than the patients seen by therapists before orientation. Expand
Attribution Theory and Crisis Intervention Therapy.
Transmission and Compliance with Expectations in a Simulated Supervisor-Worker Interaction.
ABSTRACT Twc experiments w re conducted to examine self-fulfilling expectancy influence in a simulated supervisor-worker interaction. The first experiment led supervisor subjects to expect eitherExpand