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The Comparison of a Team/Group Dynamics Training Model with a Team/Traditional Training Model within Leadership Training Workshops

Description: This study was conducted to compare two different approaches to leadership training workshops—a team/group dynamics training model with a team/traditional training model—with regard to the changes in tolerance, open-mindedness, flexibility, adaptability, and cooperativeness of the participants in the group dynamics model.
Date: December 1971
Creator: Carrier, Judith J.

The Effect of Didatic-Intellectual Training Versus Relationship-Oriented Training Upon Counseling Behavior

Description: This study compares the effects of a relationship-oriented practicum to those of a mixed, didactic-intellectual, relationship-oriented practicum upon counseling behavior and personality. These effects are determined by ratings of audiotape recordings as well as by a personality inventory. The audiotape ratings measure changes in counseling behavior, while the personality inventory measures personality changes.
Date: August 1973
Creator: Dungan, David S.

The Effect of Film-Mediated Models on the Verbal Behavior and Selected Attitudinal Variables of Participants in Group Counseling

Description: The main objective was to determine the effect of film-mediated models on the frequency of a specific quality of verbal responses which have been found to be indicative of high- levels of therapeutic movement in group counseling. Secondly, this study examined the effect of models on selected attitudes of group counseling participants toward interpersonal interactions reflective of the intense interaction involved in therapeutic movement in group counseling.
Date: December 1971
Creator: Goff, Larry Vernon

The Relationship between Client Social Character and Counselor Orientation as a Variable in Individual Counseling

Description: The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between two counseling approaches (cognitive and affective) and two types of client social character (inner-directed and other-directed) and to measure the effect of congruence between the two from the client's frame of reference.
Date: December 1971
Creator: Koeppen, Arlene K.