Descriptive study of the Socratic method: evidence for verbal shaping.

@article{CaleroElvira2013DescriptiveSO,
  title={Descriptive study of the Socratic method: evidence for verbal shaping.},
  author={Ana Calero-Elvira and Mar{\'i}a Xes{\'u}s Froj{\'a}n-Parga and Elena Mar{\'i}a Ruiz-Sancho and Manuel Alpa{\~n}{\'e}s-Freitag},
  journal={Behavior therapy},
  year={2013},
  volume={44 4},
  pages={
          625-38
        }
}
In this study we analyzed 65 fragments of session recordings in which a cognitive behavioral therapist employed the Socratic method with her patients. Specialized coding instruments were used to categorize the verbal behavior of the psychologist and the patients. First the fragments were classified as more or less successful depending on the overall degree of concordance between the patient's verbal behavior and the therapeutic objectives. Then the fragments were submitted to sequential… CONTINUE READING
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