van Auken Jr., K.G.
March 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Mar71, Vol. 94 Issue 3, p63
Academic Journal
Focuses on the Tavistock group model of laboratory education. Inclusion of a description of how T-groups are largely concerned with directly observable behavior and its modification during the group process; Tavistock study group's task of providing members with opportunities to learn about the underground and subtle behavior that takes place in groups.


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