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|Title: ||Effects of gender-role orientation on responses of counselors-in-training|
|Authors: ||Urschel, Joanne.K|
|Issue Date: ||9-Apr-2012 |
|Abstract: ||This study investigated the effects of gender-role orientation of clients and counselors-in-training, and sex of clients on response consistencies of counselors-in-training.
One hundred and twelve master’s level counselor’s-in-training from twelve universities served as participants. Each participant viewed six videotaped vignettes of clients; each representing one of six gender-role orientations. At the conclusion of each vignette the participants were asked to write a response to the question, “What would you say next to the client?” Responses were categorized into consistency scores reflecting gender-role orientation of clients and counselors-in-training, and sex of clients.
As hypothesized, gender-role orientations of clients and client’s sex had no effect on the responses of counselor’s-in-training. However, it was found that the gender-role orientations of counselors-in-training did affect their response consistencies. Post hoc analyses support these conclusions.
Implications and recommendations are discussed.|
|In Collections:||Communication Disorders, Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology|
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