|Statement||Tracy A. Roett.|
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A recent study investigated the influence of cultural values on the self-disclosure of geolocation and privacy settings by collecting data from million Twitter users across societies. Self-disclosure is both the conscious and subconscious act of revealing more about oneself to others. This may include, but is not limited to, thoughts, feelings, aspirations, goals, failures, successes, fears, dreams as well as one’s likes, dislikes, and favorites. Self-disclosure is letting another person know one's real self, as opposed to "pseudo-self -disclosure, " in which one pretends to have a thought or feeling in order to gain approval or avoid punishment. (Jourard, ). This study was concerned with self-disclosure among the Vietnam Prisoners of War (Vietnam POWs) as it relates to isolation. 1. Self-disclosure leads to (receiver) liking--Personalistic: increases liking--Indiscriminate: decreases liking *disclosure-liking hypothesis 2. Disclose more to people we like *liking-disclosure hypothesis 3. We like people as a result of disclosing to them 4. We reciprocate self-disclosure.
The study by Forest and Wood () on the kinds of self-disclosure made by users with low self-esteem on Facebook, revealed that disclosures were more likely to be of the emotional kind, e.g. their thoughts and feelings, and these tended to be more negative emotional disclosures rather than positive ones; something which in turn tended to. Superficial self-disclosure, often in the form of “small talk,” is key in initiating relationships that then move onto more personal levels of self-disclosure. Telling a classmate your major or your hometown during the first week of school carries relatively little risk but can build into a . A Study of Cognition to Self-Disclosure and Attraction. A comparison of intimate and non-intimate relationships. HIROTO TAKAGI. Author information. Keywords: self-disclosure, intimacy, attraction, personalism, ingratiation, authenticity, embarrassment. JOURNALS FREE ACCESS. Volume 32 Issue 1 Pages DOI https://doi. A very significant form of interpersonal communication that validate self-worth and personal identity is Self-disclosure. Self-disclosure is a form of communication that I struggle with personally. Self- disclosure takes place in any type of communication even if it’s acknowledge or not: small groups, interviews and on a first date.