Behavioral Compliance and Psychological Change
Underlying the social influence model discussed in the previous chapter is the assumption that, if people can be persuaded to change their beliefs or attitudes, changes in dysfunctional behavior should occur. Thus, the focus of the influence model is on factors that make the client more receptive to the counselor’s interpretations, suggestions, and teachings.
KeywordsCognitive Change Psychological Change Forced Compliance Dysfunctional Behavior Effort Expenditure
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