Interpersonal complexity: a cognitive component of person-centered care

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2006-04
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Medvene, Louis J.
Grosch, Kerry K.
Swink, Nathan
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The Gerontologist. 2006 Apr; 46(2): 220-6.

Abstract

This study concerns one component of the ability to provide person-centered care: the cognitive skill of perceiving others in relatively complex terms. This study tested the effectiveness of a social motivation for increasing the number of psychological constructs used to describe an unfamiliar senior citizen.

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