An experimental analogue examining effects of facilitative behaviors and subjects' warmth on students' perceptions of a counseling relationship.


This study examined the effects of students' self-reported ratings on warmth and a female counselor's facilitative behavior on scores measuring the subjects' perception of the counseling relationship. 75 subjects were categorized as warm, neutral, or cool and then randomly assigned to either a facilitative or nonfacilitative counselor condition. Scores from… (More)


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