Fostering a Greater Balance of Participation in Small Leaderless Discussion Groups

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1971 - Small groups - 104 pages
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Contents

REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
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METHOD
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RESULTS
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accompanying response consequences amount of influence amount of participation APPENDIX balance of participation balanced participation Bandura baseline session Baseline Treatment Post-Treatment Bavelas et al behavior Berelson and Steiner chip condition chip condition's choosing to meet classroom combined treatment conditions Concordance Coefficients Condition Baseline Treatment condition's variability control condition correlation correlation coefficient counting yourself D'Zurilla day of treatment day presented here discussion groups ditions DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Duration Measures Educational Psychology encounter group enjoyment extraverts feel fostering a greater fourth session frequency and duration frequency measure Frequency Measure Condition frequency of participation frequency speakers given a frequency goal graders greater balance group again group cohesiveness group discussion group members Group Standard Deviations high-frequency speakers Implications for Future increase instruction condition instruction condition's instructions and chips interaction among intrinsic reinforcement control Jacobson LEADERLESS DISCUSSION GROUPS low-frequency speakers McFall Mean Ranks Mean Standard Deviation Measure Condition Baseline measures of participation natural settings near-equal extent negative reinforcement number of chips operant conditioning participation among participation frequency participation in small Pascale percentage score person pilot study placing a poker poker chip positive reinforcement present study Questionnaire Ranks to Item red chips reinforcement schedule S_ spoke S_'s Scores of Frequency scoring system self-evaluative consequences Session 1 Session Session h significant differences significantly less SMALL LEADERLESS SMALL LEADERLESS DISCUSSION speak approximately speak at least spoke Standard Deviation Scores statements Steiner 196U systematic desensitization TABLE talking team of raters thesis ticipate tion topic Topic for day treatment conditions treatment effects Treatment Post-Treatment Session treatment procedure treatment sessions tween University of Wisconsin variability of participation verbal output white chips

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