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Record identifier : 568395
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Snow, Jason Neal
Title and statement of responsibility : Psychotherapy, Social psychology, Families family life, Personal relationships, Sociology [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Georgia State University, 1999
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , Georgia State University
Summary or Abstract : Research over the past couple of decades has supported the use of the Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) program as an effective therapeutic intervention with parents and their families (Esters & Levant, 1983; Jackson & Brown, 1986; McKay & Hillman, 1979; Meredith & Benninga, 1979; Noller & Taylor, 1989; Nystul, 1982; Sharpley & Poiner, 1980; Snow, Kern, & Penick, 1997; Summerland & Ward, 1981; Williams, Omizo, & Abrams, 1984). There has been minimal attention given to the attrition or the adherence issue since the development of programmed instruction in parent education (Campbell & Sutton, 1983; Esters & Levant, 1983; and McKay & Hillman, 1979). Given that research has shown STEP to be effective with families, there is a definite need to identify characteristics of those individuals who are likely to terminate prematurely from parent education groups. A study was conducted to investigate the predictive power of the Basic Adlerian Scales for Interpersonal Success - Adult Form (BASIS-A) in relation to attrition in parenting groups. Data were collected from six parenting groups comprising 221 subjects. A discriminant function analysis was used to analyze the data in terms of identifying scales from the BASIS-A that could correctly classify and isolate factors related to the attrition/adherence variable in STEP groups. Results from the study indicated the attrition rate to be higher with individuals who had elevated scores on the Entitlement scale on the BASIS-A than individuals who do not have elevated scores. A discussion is presented regarding the application of these results toward improving design and implementation of parent education groups..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Personality, Academic guidance counseling, Adult education, Continuing education
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