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ERIC Number: ED017946
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Dec
Pages: 586
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STUDIES IN HUMAN INTERACTION, INTERPERSONAL PROCESS RECALL STIMULATED BY VIDEOTAPE.
KAGAN, NORMAN; AND OTHERS
THE INTERPERSONAL PROCESS RECALL (IPR) TECHNIQUE WAS DEVELOPED AS A MEANS FOR PROBING MORE DEEPLY INTO MAN'S THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS AS HE INTERACTS WITH OTHERS. IT ASSUMES THAT IF A SUBJECT IS GIVEN ENOUGH CUES AND CLUES TO HELP HIM RELIVE AN EXPERIENCE, HIS FEELINGS AND THOUGHTS COULD BE EXPLORED IN DEPTH AND WITH REASONABLE ACCURACY OF RECALL. THE BASIC IPR TECHNIQUE INVOLVES FIRST THE VIDEO TAPING OF AN INTERACTION. THE VIDEO TAPE IS THEN REPLAYED IN A RECALL INTERVIEW IN WHICH THE PARTICIPANTS ARE ABLE TO RELIVE THEIR EXPERIENCE AND, AIDED BY A TRAINED RECALL INTERVIEWER, INTERPRET THEIR FEELINGS AND THOUGHTS, THEIR BODILY MOTION, AND THE OTHER PROCESSES INVOLVED IN THE INTERACTION. THIS BASIC PROCEDURE WAS VARIED IN SEVERAL INSTANCES IN THE COURSE OF THE STUDIES COMPRISING THIS PROJECT. SIMULATION TECHNIQUES AND MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES WERE DEVELOPED. IPR WAS FOUND TO HAVE SIGNIFICANT VALUE IN STUDIES OF COUNSELOR EDUCATIONAL INTERPRETATION OF NONVERBAL BEHAVIOR, TEACHING-LEARNING, ACCELERATION OF CLIENT PROGRESS, THE MEASUREMENT OF AFFECTIVE SENSITIVITY, AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A THEORY OF INTERPERSONAL BEHAVIOR AND COUNSELOR SUPERVISION. (AUTHOR)
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Authoring Institution: Michigan State Univ., East Lansing. Coll. of Education.
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