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Sánchez-Hernández, Óscar; Canales, Ana; Peinado, Ana; Enright, Robert D. – Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology, 2021
Introduction: Two pioneering studies in Spain are presented on the Learning to Forgive program inspired by the research of Robert Enright and his team, pioneers in the education of forgiveness. Study 1 aims to analyze whether teacher training in the Learning to Forgive Program increases their knowledge of forgiveness and Study 2 evaluates the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Bullying, Prevention, Faculty Development
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Enright, Robert D.; Rhody, Margaret; Litts, Breanne; Klatt, John S. – Journal of Moral Education, 2014
We used a randomized quasi-experimental design to test the effectiveness of three types of perspective-taking condition in a forgiveness education program. Allport's Contact Hypothesis was used as a framework for the study design. Eighth graders (n?=?132) in an urban Midwestern city were invited to participate. We evaluated the effectiveness of…
Descriptors: Quasiexperimental Design, Experimental Groups, Control Groups, Program Effectiveness
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Klatt, John S.; Enright, Robert D. – Counseling and Values, 2011
Although the literature on forgiveness is growing, little research exists on the process of forgiveness itself. This study was an initial effort to investigate the forgiveness process within a short-term longitudinal design. Participants (N = 41) completed 2 measures of forgiveness and a set of short-answer questions multiple times over 12 weeks.…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Models, Altruism, Counseling
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Lee, Yu-Rim; Enright, Robert D. – Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, 2009
This study examined how forgiveness mediates and moderates between fathers' perceived unfair treatment (PUT) from a family of origin member and anger with the child (AWC). Eighty married fathers who have at least one child between the ages of 2 and 7 years individually completed the Opening Questionnaire, the Enright Forgiveness Inventory, the…
Descriptors: Measures (Individuals), Fathers, Psychological Patterns, Gender Differences
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Baskin, Thomas W.; Wampold, Bruce E.; Quintana, Stephen M.; Enright, Robert D. – Counseling Psychologist, 2010
This study examines belongingness as a strengths-based protective factor. Belongingness is investigated in relationship to the threat of low peer acceptance for loneliness and of high loneliness for depression in adolescents. Data were collected from peers for adolescents' peer acceptance and from adolescents themselves for other variables.…
Descriptors: Psychologists, Adolescents, Counseling Psychology, Peer Acceptance
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Reed, Gayle L.; Enright, Robert D. – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2006
Emotionally abused women experience negative psychological outcomes long after the abusive spousal relationship has ended. This study compares forgiveness therapy (FT) with an alternative treatment (AT; anger validation, assertiveness, interpersonal skill building) for emotionally abused women who had been permanently separated for 2 or more years…
Descriptors: Depression (Psychology), Anxiety, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Females
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Baskin, Thomas W.; Enright, Robert D. – Journal of Counseling and Development, 2004
In this meta-analysis, 9 published studies (N = 330) that investigated the efficacy of forgiveness interventions within counseling were examined. After a review of theories of forgiveness, it was discovered that the studies could logically be grouped into 3 categories: decision-based, process-based group, and process-based individual…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Control Groups, Counseling Techniques
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Gassin, Elizabeth A.; Enright, Robert D.; Knutson, Jeanette A. – Theory Into Practice, 2005
The last 2 decades have seen a flowering of scholarly and applied work in the area of forgiveness, a skill important to the development of peaceful people and communities. We describe a forgiveness intervention designed to help children in a central-city environment. Such environments put children at risk for various psychological and social…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Social Problems, Antisocial Behavior, Children
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Enright, Robert D. – Journal of Moral Education, 1981
Discusses an intervention strategy for interpersonal problems in which primary grade students reflect on personal experiences and dilemma stories to increase social cognitive skills. Two first grade classes participated in an experiment applying this intervention method. Findings showed that students' moral judgement, problem-solving skills,…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Cognitive Development, Discipline, Educational Research
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Enright, Robert D. – Counseling Psychologist, 1976
An attempt to formulate a model of social cognition which will describe what may be involved in making social cognitive inferences in children. Techniques for intervention are then derived from the model. (Author/NG)
Descriptors: Children, Cognitive Development, Cognitive Processes, Developmental Psychology
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Enright, Robert D. – Counseling and Values, 1996
Presents and discusses the forgiveness triad--forgiving others, receiving forgiveness from others, and self-forgiveness. All three aspects are defined, presented as philosophically rational and appropriate within counseling, and described within a psychological framework of how people go about that aspect of forgiveness. Discusses implications for…
Descriptors: Affective Behavior, Coping, Counseling, Guilt
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Enright, Robert D. – American Educational Research Journal, 1980
A social cognitive developmental model is presented integrating a Piagetian developmental model and Flavell's processing model, to describe three aspects of development. The utility of the model was tested in two studies. The results demonstrate that it is possible to increase children's social cognitive abilities instructionally. (Author/CTM)
Descriptors: Cognitive Development, Cognitive Measurement, Cognitive Processes, Elementary Education
Enright, Robert D.; And Others – 1975
This study examined the effects of a cross-age training program on the interpersonal conceptions of the students serving as trainers. A total of 24 sixth graders participated in the study, 12 in the training group and 12 in the control group which received no training. The training group met twice a week, once to lead dilemma discussion groups…
Descriptors: Conflict Resolution, Cross Age Teaching, Discussion Groups, Discussion (Teaching Technique)
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Enright, Robert D; And Others – Theory into Practice, 1983
Strategies for promoting moral development in early adolescence reviewed include the "plus-one" model, Deliberate Psychological Education, didactic courses in social studies, and a high school Just Community on moral reasoning. (CJ)
Descriptors: Adolescent Development, Cognitive Development, Developmental Stages, Educational Strategies
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Enright, Robert D.; And Others – Counseling Psychologist, 1977
This paper focuses on a cross-age intervention program in which sixth graders led discussion groups with first graders using Selman's (1974) levels of interpersonal conceptions as the content area. Presented at the American Psychological Association, Chicago, 1975. (Author)
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Developmental Stages, Discussion (Teaching Technique), Elementary Education
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