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Young, attractive, verbal, intelligent, successful, the syndrome of personal qualities that counsellors, therapists, and people in general supposedly find most appealing in their clients or associates. This idea first appeared in 1964 in the book Psychotherapy: The Purchase of Friendship by the US psychologist William Schofield (1921–2006). Compare HOUND.

Subjects: Psychology.

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