Self-disclosure and liking during initial encounters: An attributional approach

Jerry M. Burger1
1Wake Forest University, United States
Cite this article:  Burger, J. M. (1981). Self-disclosure and liking during initial encounters: An attributional approach. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 9(2), 179-184.

Volume 9 Issue 2 | e333 | Published: August 1981 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.1981.9.2.179

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The disclosure of intimate information during initial encounters was examined within an attributional framework. One week after a short structured interaction with another (actually a tape recording) subjects were given either veridical or false feedback concerning their level of intimacy in that interaction. Results indicate that this feedback had a greater effect on the reported degree of liking for the other and the disclosure level in a second interaction than did the subjects' actual initial disclosure level. No sex differences were found.
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