Attributional Shifts Following Videofeedback in the Teaching of Psychiatric Interviewing
This paper seeks to relate our research on the social interaction of psychiatric patients with the techniques we have developed for teaching interviewing skills to doctors—in—training in the Department of Psychiatry at Guy’s Hospital Medical School, London. In both these contexts we have used video not only to obtain a permanent record of observed behaviour, but also to obtain a degree of refinement and complexity in the analysis which would otherwise be unobtainable.
KeywordsSocial Skill Nonverbal Behavior Social Inter Video Feedback Attributional Bias
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