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The clinical psychologist, experienced social worker, psychiatrist, and others, whose professions involve dealing with people who are experiencing life-problems, are frequently called upon to make judgements about these people. The basis of these judgements are almost always partially formed from interviews with the people they they must judge. The interviewers form their judgements from different cues that the clients communicate to them during these interviews. The cues employed to form these judgements that have thus far been differentiated and investigated are visual, verbal, and content cues. This study is concerned with the latter two.
Anthony, Nicholas Charles, "The use of facts and verbal, affect, and content clues in clinical judgements from interviews" (1967). Master's Theses. 252.