N358 Ch 9

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  1. What type of group functions to accomplish a specific outcome or task? The focus is on solving problems and making decisions to achieve this outcome.
    task group
  2. What type of group functions to convey knowledge and information to a number of individuals?
    teaching group
  3. What type of group functions to prevent future upsets by teaching participants effective ways of dealing with emotional stress arising from situational or developmental crises?
    supportive/therapeutic group
  4. What type of group functions to allow clients to talk about their fears and relieve feelings of isolation, while receiving comfort and advice from others undergoing similar experiences?
    self-help group
  5. What type of leader has personal goals for the group, and withholds information from group members, particularly issues that may interfere with achievement of their own objectives?
    autocratic
  6. What type of leader focuses on the members of the group by sharing information with the group to allow them to make decisions regarding achieving the goals for the group?
    democratic
  7. What type of leader allows people to do as they please with no direction from the leader?
    laissez-faire
  8. What curative factor is described by when a group member garners hope that his or her problems can also be resolved because they have observed the progress of others in the group?
    instillation of hope
  9. What curative factor is described by when individuals come to realize that they are not alone in the problems, thoughts, and feelings they are experiencing?
    universality
  10. What curative factor is described by when knowledge is gained through formal instruction as well as the sharing of advice and suggestions among group members?
    imparting of information
  11. What curative factor is described by when group members share and are concerned for each other?
    altruism
  12. What curative factor is described by when group members are able to reexperience early family conflicts that remain unresolved?
    corrective recapitulation of the primary family group
  13. What curative factor is described by when individuals are able to correct maladaptive social behaviors and learn and develop new social skills by interacting with the group?
    development of socializing techniques
  14. What curative factor is described by when individuals imitate selected behaviors that they wish to develop in themselves?
    imitative behavior
  15. What curative factor is described by when the group offers many and varied opportunities for interacting with other people?
    interpersonal learning
  16. What curative factor is described by when members develop a sense of belonging that separates the individual from the group? There is a common feeling that both individual members and the total group are of value to each other.
    group cohesiveness
  17. What curative factor is described by when the members are able to express both positive and negative feelings-perhaps feelings that have never been expressed before- in a nonthreatening atmosphere?
    catharsis
  18. What curative factor is described by when the group is able to help individual members take direction of their own lives and to accept responsibility for the quality of their existence?
    existential factors

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