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Actual Probe aggressive resistance Alfred Butler amplified probe APPENDIX behavior Berenson Carkhuff change scores Client Content Categories client resistance client responses client statements client to develop client verbal resistance content analysis content classification system Correlations of Actual counseling process Counseling Psychology counseling relationship counselor and client counselor content categories counselor probe counselor responses counselor statement counselor technique Counselor/Client Word Ratio deals with problem Directive questions discussion of Feelings discussion of problems early interview examined Eysenck factor analysis high probe hypotheses interview nine interview six investigation late interviews level of probe low probe measures of counseling middle interview middle phase Note.--See Table operational definition patterns post hoc analysis predicted change probe and client probe and resistance Proposing client activity Relationship of Counselor relationship of probe resis resistance measures Resistance Scores scale segments significant correlations Simple acceptance Snyder Statement which deals stratified sampling tance therapist therapy unclassifiable University of Wisconsin variables