The BLRI (Barrett-Lennard, 1962) comprises four subscales: Level of Regard, Empathy, Unconditionality, and Congruence, which are based on Rogers's (1957) theory of the necessary conditions for promoting therapeutic change in the counseling relationship.
[R.sup.2] = 14.9% Table 2 Pearson Product-Moment Correlations for Study Variables Variable SCS AAQ-II MSTAT BLRI SEQ-D-T SEQ-D-C FFMQ .64 -.50 .20 .35 .37 .13 SCS -- -.65 .44 .10 .37 .06 Note: * p < 0.05 level, ** p < 0.01 level.
The questionnaire consisted of the Barrett-Lennard Relationship Inventory (BLRI), various demographic questions and questions requested by each dealer.
These scores exceed the scores that would be obtained by the "typical" individual using the BLRI. Typical individuals, exhibiting neither high nor low levels of the therapeutic dimensions, would receive the following ratings: regard - 24.5; empathy - 24.5; unconditionality of regard - 21; and congruence - 28.
The locations were: Central Cattle Breeding and Dairy Farm, Savar, Dhaka and Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute (BLRI
), Savar, Dhaka.
Recently, this plant has been cultivated in the high salinity soil of northeastern Thailand (Pongtongkam et al., 2006) and southern Bangladesh (BLRI
, 2002) for animal feeding.