Self-disclosure : theory, research, and therapy

edited by Valerian J. Derlega and John H. Berg

Self-disclosure is a major factor in the development, maintenance and deterioration of a relationship. This volume explores how individuals negotiate with their relationship partners: what, where, when and how they communicate personal feelings and thoughts. Among the issues examined are: how close relationships and self-disclosure are mutually transformative; how subcultural differences between men and women influence self-disclosure in relationships; how the vulnerability and risk associated with disclosing personal information leads partners to be concerned about privacy regulation; and how stress-reducing disclosure, associated with the willingness to talk about stressful events, provides both a means of coping with unp

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  • Themes in the Study of Self-Disclosure.- A Neuropsychological Perspective of Interpersonal Communication.- Why Am I Telling You This?.- Private Self-Consciousness and Self-Disclosure.- Gender and Self-Disclosure.- Responsiveness and Self-Disclosure.- Marriage and Verbal Intimacy.- Self-Disclosure and Relationship Disengagement.- The Relation of Loneliness and Self-Disclosure.- The Relationship between Psychopathology and Self-Disclosure.- The Dilemma of Distress Disclosure.- "I Have to Talk to Somebody".- Self-Disclosure in Cognitive Marital Therapy.- Counseling and Self-Disclosure.- Commentary.

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書名 Self-disclosure : theory, research, and therapy
著作者等 Berg, John H.
Derlega, Valerian J
シリーズ名 Perspectives in social psychology
出版元 Plenum Press
刊行年月 c1987
ページ数 xxi, 357 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0306426358
NCID BA01515349
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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