Factors contributing to verbal self-disclosure

@article{Ignatius2007FactorsCT,
  title={Factors contributing to verbal self-disclosure},
  author={E Ignatius and Marja Kokkonen},
  journal={Nordic Psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={59},
  pages={362 - 391}
}
The phenomenon of self-disclosure has been actively studied in several sub-discliplines of psychology from the 1970s on, and neighbouring disciplines, such as social and communication sciences, have enriched the psychological understanding of the topic. The psychological literature on self-disclosure, which is viewed, sometimes as a trait-like construct, varying in degree from one person to another, and sometimes as an interpersonal process which occurs when individuals interact with each other… Expand
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