Predicting Individuals Verbal Behavior in Counseling Group Interaction.
MINNESOTA UNIV MINNEAPOLIS CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE AND HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS
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A self-report inventory was compared with a situational test as a predictor of the verbal behavior of individual members of small interpersonal skills training groups. The self-report predictor was a published instrument, the HIM-B Hill Interaction Matrix. The situational test was a tape-recorded simulation of a small group meeting in which S imagined himself as a member and responded verbally at designated intervals. Subjects responses were recorded and later rated on the Hill Interaction Matrix HIM. Each predictor provided a profile of scores in the 16 cells of the HIM these profiles were correlated with the criterion behavior profile for each of the Ss. Author