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ERIC Number: ED046051
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 13
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The Effectiveness of Instruction-Simulation on the Training for Counselor Tacting Response Leads.
Delaney, Daniel J.; And Others
This study investigates the effectiveness of an instruction-simulation videotape in training counselor candidates to use counselor-tacting response leads (CTRL's). Such verbal responses are viewed as essential to behavior modification therapy since they operationally define specific behavioral events and the stimulus conditions associated with these events. Three propositions were tested and accepted: (1) that immediate learning takes place; (2) that this learning was generalized to actual counseling by the counselor candidates; and (3) that the use of CTRL's did not inhibit or hinder other counselor behaviors which were examined. (TL)
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Authoring Institution: Illinois Univ., Urbana.; Syracuse Univ., NY.
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