Dyadic Perspectives on Advisor-Advisee Relationships in Counseling Psychology Doctoral Programs
The authors present the results from a study investigating advisor-advisee relationships in counseling psychology doctoral training. Participants were 47 advisor-advisee dyads who were currently working together in an advising relationship. The results indicated that advisors and advisees exhibited significant agreement in their assessments of their advisory working alliance, the smoothness of their recent interactions, and the advisee's research competence. Alliance ratings were also associated with several relevant training variables. Neither science nor practice interest similarity between advisor and advisee was related to the quality of the advising relationship. Implications of the advisor-advisee working alliance for doctoral training are discussed, and suggestions for future research are provided.
Schlosser, Lewis Z. and Kahn, Jeffrey H., "Dyadic Perspectives on Advisor-Advisee Relationships in Counseling Psychology Doctoral Programs" (2007). Faculty Publications – Psychology. 45.
This article was originally published as Schlosser, L. Z., & Kahn, J. H. (2007). Dyadic perspectives on advisor-advisee relationships in counseling psychology doctoral programs. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 54(2), 211–217. https://doi.org/10.1037/0022-022.214.171.124.