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NCJ Number: 31120 Find in a Library
Title: TIME AND CORRECTIONAL WORKER'S INTERACTION TECHNIQUES
Journal: CORRECTIVE AND SOCIAL PSYCHIATRY AND JOURNAL OF BEHAVIOR TECHNOLOGY METHODS AND THERAPY  Volume:21  Issue:3  Dated:(1975)  Pages:13-19
Author(s): J GILLHAM; C A BERSANI
Corporate Author: Martin Psychiatric Research Foundation, Inc
Mid-Continent Hospital
United States of America
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 7
Sponsoring Agency: Martin Psychiatric Research Foundation, Inc
Olathe, KS 66061
Grant Number: OLEA 34-600-2924
Type: Statistics
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: ESTIMATES BY JUVENILE COURT WORKERS OF RELATIVE TIME REQUIREMENTS OF SIX DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES EMPLOYED IN DISCUSSIONS WITH YOUTHS ON AVOIDING PAST MISTAKES.
Abstract: THE SIX TECHNIQUES IN QUESTION ARE DISCUSSING ALTERNATIVE COURSES OF ACTION OPEN TO THE YOUTH, BECOMING OPENLY UPSET WITH HIM STUCTURING THE CONVERSATION TO ENCOURAGE THE YOUTH TO TALK, RELATING TO HIM EXPERIENCES OF OTHERS, FOLLOWING UP PREVIOUS DISCUSSIONS, AND REINFORCING HIS OWN EFFORTS. DATA WAS COLLECTED FROM QUESTIONNAIRES DISTRIBUTED TO 67 STAFF MEMBERS OF A JUVENILE COURT IN AN INDUSTRALIZED MIDWESTERN COUNTY.
Index Term(s): Court administrators; Juveniles; Questionnaires; Statistical analysis; Techniques
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