Certain behavioral variables which characterize an individual's interview interaction pattern can be assessed by the Interaction Chronograph method. It was found that individuals who speak in short utterances are less intelligent and more stereotyped in their psychological test productions. Initiative during the silence period of the interview is hypothesized to be related to self-assurance. The individual with a high "patient's dominance" score tends toward stereotypy and rigidity. It was also found that female patients are relatively less submissive than male patients. 16 references. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved).
- INTERVIEWING, INTERACTION IN, CORRELATES OF
- METHODOLOGY, TECHNIQUES
- RIGIDITY, IN INTERVIEW INTERACTION
- SEX DIFFERENCES, IN INTERVIEW INTERACTION
- STEREOTYPING, INTERACTION IN INTERVIEW &
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