Whose perceptions matter more: mine or my group's? An actor-partner interdependence analysis disaggregating between-person and between-session effects of group climate perceptions on intimate behaviors.

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Group climate refers to the atmosphere that is both created and experienced by a group of people. Theoretically, the "climate" of a group should therefore be related to the behaviors of its members during group sessions; however, this has not been empirically tested. A longitudinal design was used to examine the relationship between group member perceptions… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/cou0000025

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@article{Kivlighan2014WhosePM, title={Whose perceptions matter more: mine or my group's? An actor-partner interdependence analysis disaggregating between-person and between-session effects of group climate perceptions on intimate behaviors.}, author={Dennis M Kivlighan and Jill Denise Paquin}, journal={Journal of counseling psychology}, year={2014}, volume={61 3}, pages={333-9} }