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ERIC Number: ED083222
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 15
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An Application of T-Group Method to the Teaching of Family Relationships.
Heiner, Harold G.; Meacham, Merle L.
The potential for affective learning by college students was measured through a T-group experience that combined a T-group method with a course in family relationships. Investigated were changes in verbal behavior, the experimental group's influence as models, personality and grade point changes as well as the sociometric influence of T-group participants and nonparticipants. The results of the study indicate the following: a) transfer and modeling of verbal behavior did take place; and b) T-group experience was significantly related to the participants' ability to behave in such a way to receive recognition by peers for outstanding contribution to the classroom learning of others. No changes were observed in personality measures or in grade point average. (Author/JA)
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