Conseguenze dell'anticipazione dei bias psicosociali nel corso del colloquio di restituzione
Journal Title: RISORSA UOMO
Author/s: Anne Galiegue, Jean-Luc Bernaud, Cindy Carrein
Year: 2007 Issue: 4 Language: Italian
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Many studies have attempted to examine psychosocial bias in the evaluation or in the appropriation of information relative to the personality. The present study evaluates the consequences of preliminary contact on the existence of the Barnum effect on client behaviors during feedback interviews. Two groups were compared, one of which was preemptively informed of the existence of a bias, the other not. The results show the implication of the client’s self-evaluation, as well as the client’s speech and behavior during the interview. Both groups emerged as comparable, except for the duration of the interview. The study takes an in-depth look at the topic of anticipating psychosocial bias during a feedback interview.
Anne Galiegue, Jean-Luc Bernaud, Cindy Carrein, in "RISORSA UOMO " 4/2007, pp. 455-468, DOI: