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PART ONE INDIVIDUALS AND INDIVIDUAL CHANGE
Outcome Centered Change Processes
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action anxiety approach aspects avoid awareness Bandura become behavior behavioristic central change processes channeling classical coercion cognitive cognitive dissonance cognitive/perceptual commitment complex conditioning confrontation consequences consistency consistency models constructs context create debriefing desired direct discussion dynamics effects emotional emphasizes ence encounter groups environment ethology evaluation example existentialists expectations experiential learning exploration fantasy fear feedback feelings focus focused goals highly human functioning identification impact important increase individual individual's intensity interpersonal involvement issues leader learning activities learning experience lecture levels limbic system Meichenbaum ment methods models of human moderate norms objectives observation occurs one's organization organizational orientation outcomes overt pants participants personal growth perspective persuasion phase physical positive reinforcement present procedures re-cognition reactions relationship relax response restructuring result role playing simulations skills social sociobiology specific structure superego systematic desensitization T-groups task techniques therapy tion transactional analysis variety vicarious reinforcement