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作者 Wester, Stephen Robert
書名 The relationship between male restricted emotionality and perceptions of counselor supervision
國際標準書號 0599908548
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說明 101 p
附註 Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 61-08, Section: B, page: 4436
Chair: James Archer, Jr
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Florida, 2000
This study examined the impact of the male gender role conflict pattern known as restricted emotionality on counselor supervision. Two hundred sixteen of the 540 psychology internship sites listed in the 1998--99 edition of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers directory were randomly selected to participate in this study. Of these, 134 (63%) returned an enclosed postcard indicating that they had distributed the study materials to 253 male interns and male practicum students. Of those 253 individuals, 103 (41%) returned the dependent measures. Hypothesis 1, that male supervisees experiencing more restricted emotionality will report lower self-efficacy as a counselor, a poorer perception of the quality of supervisory working alliance, and lower satisfaction with the supervision, was tested using a Pearson Product Moment correlational analysis. Hypothesis 2 contained two parts. First, male supervisees experiencing more restricted emotionality will express less satisfaction with the supervision, lower self-efficacy as a counselor, and a negative perception of the supervisory working alliance when they are paired with a supervisor whom they perceive as having a more affective and interpersonal style. Second, male supervisees experiencing more restricted emotionality will express more satisfaction with the supervision, greater feelings of self-efficacy as a counselor, and a positive perception of the supervisory working alliance when they are paired with a supervisor whom they perceive as having a more instrumental and task-oriented style. Both parts of Hypothesis 2 were tested using three independent multiple regression analyses. The Restricted Emotionality subscale of the Gender Role Conflict Scale, the Task Oriented and Interpersonally Sensitive subscales of the Supervisor Styles Inventory, and an overall interaction term representing the combination of restricted emotionality and supervisor style were classified as predictor variables. The Counselor Self-Efficacy Inventory, the Satisfaction with Supervision questionnaire, and the Rapport subscale of the Supervisory Working Alliance Inventory were classified as criterion variables. Both Hypothesis 1 and Hypothesis 2 were not supported, suggesting that neither restricted emotionality nor the interaction of restricted emotionality and supervisor style have an impact on perceptions of the supervisory working alliance, satisfaction with supervision, and feelings of counseling self-efficacy
School code: 0070
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Host Item Dissertation Abstracts International 61-08B
主題 Psychology, Clinical
Psychology, Experimental
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Alt Author University of Florida
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