A Method for Assessing Therapists' Recall of In-Session Events

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Abstract

Fifteen licensed psychologists were asked to recall verbatim dialogue from 3 segments of an actual therapy session (first 5 min, most significant event, and last 5 min). Transcripts of the dialogue were coded for main and supporting ideas and compared with the recollected dialogue to measure the accuracy of the therapists' recall. The procedure that was developed to quantify the number of ideas present in the transcripts and the results of the recall analysis are described.

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