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Rapport – an introduction to the interpersonal circumplex

An 'expert' introduces rapport

Linked to the ideas of Holmberg and Christianson (2002), other psychologists have developed the notion that similar principles might be important in building a rapport with, and relating to, other people. One such model is called the interpersonal circle.

The interpersonal circle has a long history in psychology. In the 1950s, Tim Leary (1957) developed this model as a way to visually represent the interactions between people.

In the video, Dr Zoë Walkington introduces you to the principles of the model.

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