The effects of Tavistock conference, encounter-tape, and theme-centered group approaches on certain personality variables
Bentham, Jack Edgar
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The purpose of this study was to use three group methods or treatments--the Tavistock Conference approach, the Leaderless Encounter Tape approach, and the Theme-Centered Workshop approach-- to investigate the possibility that certain group methods affect behavior in a predictable but diversified manner. If an interaction could be found between treatment effect and personality change and this Interaction were significantly different with regards to both treatment effect and certain types of personality variables, then research conclusions could be drawn concerning differential treatment effects on certain personality variables.