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ERIC Number: ED002418
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 20
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THE DOGMATISM FACTOR IN HUMAN RELATIONS TRAINING OF PRESERVICE TEACHERS.
HOUGH, JOHN B.
RESEARCH, DESIGNED TO STUDY THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PROGRAMED HUMAN RELATIONS TRAINING IN IMPROVING THE HUMAN RELATIONS SKILLS OF PRESERVICE TEACHERS AND TO STUDY THE EFFECTS OF DOGMATISM ON THE LEARNING OF HUMAN RELATIONS SKILLS, IS PRESENTED. TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY PRESERVICE TEACHERS CONSTITUTED THE SUBJECTS. MATCHED STUDY GROUPS WERE TESTED BOTH BEFORE AND AFTER INSTRUCTION TO ASSESS HUMAN RELATIONS SKILLS. IT WAS CONCLUDED THAT THE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE (HDI) GENERAL RELATIONSHIP IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM CAN TEACH HUMAN RELATIONS SKILLS TO PRESERVICE TEACHERS, ESPECIALLY WHEN INSTRUCTIONAL SESSIONS ARE SPACED 1 WEEK APART, AND THAT HIGHLY DOGMATIC SUBJECTS WITH RELATIVELY CLOSED BELIEF-DISBELIEF SYSTEMS MAKE LESS GAIN IN HUMAN RELATIONS SKILLS THAN OTHERS, PARTICULARLY IN THE AREA OF EMPATHIC UNDERSTANDING. THIS PAPER WAS PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION, CHICAGO, FEBRUARY, 1965.
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Identifiers: COLUMBUS; OHIO