Accession Number : AD0747756
Title : Study of the Effects of a Marathon and a Traditional Encounter Group Experience on Self Esteem, Defensive Behavior and Mood.
Descriptive Note : Doctoral thesis,
Corporate Author : TEXAS TECH UNIV LUBBOCK CENTER OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE
Personal Author(s) : Sutherland,Steven H.
Report Date : AUG 1972
Pagination or Media Count : 153
Abstract : A review of group therapy literature for 1968 indicated a wide diversity of viewpoints and approaches in the field of group psychotherapy. One variable of interest in group work is the arrangement and use of time in this setting. A critique of marathon groups suggested that a study of the relative effectiveness of massed and spaced therapy should be tested. Four areas of previous research are reviewed, including the arrangement of time in group therapy and sensitivity training groups, the marathon group, the encountertapes, and research related to the validity of dependent variable measures used in experiment.
Descriptors : (*THERAPY, GROUP DYNAMICS), APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY, INTERACTIONS, PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS, TRAINING, STATISTICAL PROCESSES, BEHAVIOR, ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE, THESES
Subject Categories : Psychology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE