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Premium The effects of consultee‐centered consultation on teacher behavior
Meyers Joel,
Freidman Michael P.,
Gaughan Edward J.
Publication year1975
Publication title
psychology in the schools
Resource typeJournals
PublisherWiley Subscription Services
Abstract The purpose of this investigation was to respond to two deficiencies in past consultation research. It described the consultee‐centered consultation techniques which were used, and it attempted to demonstrate the effectiveness of consultee‐centered consultation in changing observable teacher behavior. Evidence was presented to show how consultation was followed by a reduction in the negative verbal behavior of two out of three teachers who participated in the study. An attempt was made to show how this study related to Caplan's (1970) assumptions regarding consultee‐centered case‐consultation. It was concluded that multiple baseline designs offer a viable approach to experimental research in consultation with small numbers of subjects.
Subject(s)baseline (sea) , clinical psychology , geology , medical education , medicine , oceanography , psychology
SCImago Journal Rank0.738

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