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Student
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Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
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Year of Graduation
Kristina Kostikova
Relationship Between Self-Disclosure and the Level of Individual Reflexivity
Psychology
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
This work is related to the study of the socio-psychological phenomenon of self-disclosure, which is still insufficiently studied in domestic psychology. The process of self-disclosure consists of the individual’s readiness to communicate to another person information about himself, about his subjective states, secrets and intentions. The aim of the study was to identify the relationship between self-disclosure and the level of individual reflexivity. Two methodologies were used: a modified version of S. Jurard's questionnaire (to study the readiness for self-disclosure) and the questionnaire of A.V. Karpov (to identify the level of reflexivity). The results of the research confirm the hypotheses about the relationship between self-disclosure and the level of reflexivity, and the variability of readiness for self-disclosure, which depends on the age and gender characteristics of the respondent and his interpersonal relationships.

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