Research: Aspects of Therapy Session Dialogue

The proceedings of the Society of Psychotherapy Research in Copenhagen (SPR 2014 ) and previous regular meetings include reports on these channels:

• Relationship patterns in transcripts

• Attachment representation in projective or narrative text

• Affective dictionary

• Affective content coded second-by-second during the whole course of therapy

• Primary process markers

• Ruptures and their repairment

• Crying during the therapy session

• Laughing during the therapy session

• Stress measured by physiological parameters

• Tone of speech

• Mimic signals. . .  and many other phenomena until . . .

• The commonly shared silence

Pokorny, D. (2015) Quantitative data analysis in psychotherapy research.

 

 

 

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