An Investigation of Sturctured Aural, Sturctured Visual, and Unstructured Group Counseling Techniques with Elementary School Children
Description: The purposes of this study were as follows: (1) to ascertain and compare the effect on self-concept, sociometric status including an index of emotional expansiveness, teacher-rated behavior and grades of three group counseling techniques (a structured aural stimulus approach, a structured visual stimulus approach, and an unstructured approach) upon sixth-grade subjects; (2) to compare the subjects involved in these three types of group counseling sessions with subjects in an control group; (3) to compare the differences in effects of the three techniques separately upon girls and upon boys; and (4) to analyze the implications of these findings for elementary school counselors and teachers.
Date: June 1970
Creator: Crow, Mary Lynn Cox
Partner: UNT Libraries