"The present study was concerned with two problems: an investigation of the reliability of the interaction chronograph as an instrument of research and the corollary problem of the variance or invariance of interaction patterns of patients during a standardized psychiatric interview . . . The highly significant correlations obtained indicate reliability of the instrument and a marked invariance or stability in patient interaction patterns when the stimulus conditions are relatively standardized (inter-interviewer consistency) and a flexibility in these interaction patterns when these stimulus conditions are changed in a predefined manner (intra-interviewer variance). (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved).
- CHRONOGRAPH, INTERACTION, PSYCHIATRIC INTERVIEWS
- INTERVIEW, PSYCHIATRIC, INTERACTION, CHRONOGRAPH STABILITY
- METHODOLOGY, TECHNIQUES
- PSYCHIATRY, INTERVIEW, INTERACTION, CHRONOGRAPH STABILITY
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