ERIC Number: ED055295
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
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Self-Actualization and the Human Potential Group Process.
Trueblood, Roy W.; McHolland, James D.
A control group design was used to determine whether junior college students who participated in a Human Potential Group became more self actualized than those who didn't. Growth in self-actualization was measured through pre- and post-administrations of the Personal Orientation Inventory. Findings show that (1) students in the Human Potential Groups made significantly greater movement toward self-actualization than the controls; and (2) changes were generally distributed among the Human Potential participants rather than limited to a few. (TL)
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Authoring Institution: Kendall Coll., Evanston, IL.