Knowing Me, Knowing You: Reciprocal Self-Disclosure in Internet-Based Surveys

@article{Joinson2001KnowingMK,
  title={Knowing Me, Knowing You: Reciprocal Self-Disclosure in Internet-Based Surveys},
  author={Adam N. Joinson},
  journal={Cyberpsychology & behavior : the impact of the Internet, multimedia and virtual reality on behavior and society},
  year={2001},
  volume={4 5},
  pages={587-91}
}
Candid self-disclosure is desirable for many behavioral science studies. Although there is ample evidence that self-disclosure is increased when people communicate or participate in research over the Internet, few studies have looked at ways of increasing this effect. In the present pilot study, participants were randomly allocated to either a condition in which they received self-disclosing information about the experimenter (and then moved on to the study) or were directed straight to the… CONTINUE READING

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