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Type of publication: research article
Type of publication (PDB): Straipsnis kitose duomenų bazėse / Article in other databases (S4)
Field of Science: Psichologija / Psychology (S006)
Author(s): Perminas, Aidas;Normantaitė, Dovilė
Title: 13–17 metų mokinių vidinės darnos pokyčiai, taikant intervenciją, grįstą kognityvine-elgesio terapija
Other Title: Changes in the sense of coherence of 13-17- year-old adolescents after the application of cognitivebehavioural intervention
Is part of: Socialinių mokslų studijos = Social sciences studies. Vilnius : Mykolo Romerio universitetas, 2012, Nr. 4(4)
Extent: p. 1427-1442
Date: 2012
Keywords: Mokiniai;Vidinė darna;Intervencija;Poveikis;Pupils;Sense of coherence;Intervention;Effect
Abstract: Straipsnyje analizuojamas intervencijos, grįstos kognityvine-elgesio terapija, poveikis 13–17 metų mokinių vidinei darnai. Rezultatai atskleidžia, jog tiek vaikinų, tiek merginų po intervencijos, grįstos kognityvine-elgesio terapija, buvo geresnė vidinė darna pagal padidėjusius prasmingumo poskalės balus, atitinkamoje lyginamojoje grupėje tokių pokyčių nenustatyta. Tiek vaikinų, tiek merginų po intervencijos, grįstos kognityvine-elgesio terapija, buvo geresnė vidinė darna pagal padidėjusius aiškumo ir kontrolės poskalių balus, tačiau analogiški pokyčiai nustatyti ir atitinkamoje lyginamojoje grupėje
Previous studies have found relations between low sense of coherence in adolescent behaviour and different problems (aggression, low self-esteem, stress, smoking, etc.) at school. It is important to carry out programmes that enhance a sense of coherence, but there are only a few research methods used to challenge the effectiveness of such programmes. The aim of the study was to analyze how cognitive-behavioural intervention affects the sense of coherence of 13-17- year-old students. A group of 283 students from Kaunas, 145 males and 138 females from 13 to 17 years of age, the average age 14,79, participated in the project. The participants were separated into two groups: the control group (N=142) and the experimental group (N=141). The experimental group had an intervention. The first testing was carried out before the intervention and the second testing was carried out after the intervention. The control group was tested only twice. Both times the participants had to fill out the same questionnaire for their sense of coherence: A. Antonovsky’s Orientation to Life questionnaire (1987). The participants of the experimental group were exposed to 5 sessions of 45 minutes once a week. The intervention was based on cognitive-behavioural therapy. Each session had different goals: the first one was to create the rules of the group and to motivate the group members to attend further sessions; the second was to introduce anger process and three different anger control techniques (image, deep breathing and counting backwards); the third session was to introduce the muscle relaxation method, thinking-ahead procedure and reminder techniques; the fourth session was to introduce self-evaluation procedure and assertion techniques; and the fifth session was to introduce conflict resolution stages. The techniques were introduced through role-play, discussions and brain-storming. [...]
Affiliation(s): Psichologijos katedra
Socialinių mokslų fakultetas
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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