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The Congress theme, "The Individual and the Group: Boundaries and Interrelations in Theory and Practice" was chosen because it gave an opportunity once again to examine the very basis for group psycho­ therapy as theory and as practice.

The basic theme, stated in the opening papers by Professor Marie Jahoda and Professor James Anthony, was. The Congress theme, "The Individual and the Group: Boundaries and Interrelations in Theory and Practice" was chosen because it gave an opportunity once again to examine the very basis for group ~sycho­ therapy as theory and as practice.

The basic theme, stated in the opening papers by Professor Marie Jahoda and Professor James Anthony, was Author: Malcolm Pines. The Congress theme, "The Individual and the Group: Boundaries and Interrelations in Theory and Practice" was chosen because it gave an opportunity once again to examine the very basis for group psycho­ therapy as theory and as practice.

The Congress theme, "The Individual and the Group: Boundaries and Interrelations in Theory and Practice" was chosen because it gave an opportunity once again to examine the very basis for group sycho- therapy as theory and as : Malcolm Pines.

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The Individual and the Group: Boundaries and Interrelations Volume 1: Theory Marie Jahoda (auth.), Malcolm Pines, Lise Rafaelsen (eds.) Malcolm Pines and Lise Rafaelsen The Seventh International Congress of Group Psychotherapy organized in Copenhagen by the International Association of Group Psychotherapy was one of the largest and most.

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Covers contributions which deal explicitly with interventions designed to foster out-group helping (and to improve its quality) in real world settings.

Whitaker, D.S. () `A Nuclear Conflict and Group Focal Conflict Model for Integrating Individual and Group-Level Phenomena in Psychotherapy Groups', in M.

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The first part takes the vantage point of the individual self and discusses such issues as why the individual self might be primary, in what ways, and how the individual self is related to the other two.

Part II addresses the same questions from the perspective of the relational and the collective self as bases for self-definition. tant findings for the 15 pair-wise construct interrelations by looking at the dependent variables respectively.

T able summarizes these relationships at the individual. Role as a bridge construct in understanding the relationship between the individual and the group.

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In M. Pines & L. Rafaelsen (Eds.), The individual and the group: Boundaries and interrelations (Vol.1) (pp. New York: Plenum Press. Alderfer, C. Kaylee is reading a picture book and assumes that her mother, who is across the room, can see the pictures.

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