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Icelanders' and U. S. Nationals' Expectations About Counseling : The Role of Nationality, Sex and Holland's Typology
Gerstein, Lawrence H.
Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (http://journals.sagepub.com/home/jcca) vol. 35 no. 6 (Nov. 2004)
expectations about conseling questionnaire
EAC - B
icelandic college students
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This study compared counseling expectations of icelandic and U. S. college students, investigated counseling expectation sas a function of sex, an explored the relationship between counseling expectations and holland's typology. It was discovered that the icelandic students expected greater expertise from the counselor than did the U. S. students and the U. S. students expected the counseling conditions to be more facilitative than did the icelandic students. Also, women as compared with me, expected counseling to be more facilitative of change and expected to be more personally committed to the counseling process, whereas men expected more counselor expertise. A canonical correlation analysis revealed a significant relationship between counseling expectations and holland's social and realistic personality types for the U. S. students and holland's social type for the icelandic students.
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