Group Process Test 1

  1. Provides ideas and new perspectives
    Initiator Contributor
  2. Seeks clarification and factual information
    Information Seeker
  3. Wants clarification of values an atitudes
    Opinion Seeker
  4. Readily provides facts as needed
    Information giver
  5. Offers values and attributes to others
    Opinion giver
  6. Expands on suggestions
  7. Assembles/organizes ideas
  8. Reminds the group of its intent and purpose
  9. Offers standards used to measure accomplishments
    evaluator critic
  10. motivates the group to decide and/or take action
  11. takes on various duties an jobs
    Procedural technician
  12. Keeps notes on group and recalls information
  13. supports others in a positive way
  14. attempts to mediate differences of opinions
  15. will accommodate and trade of own condition for good of whole
  16. keeps lines of communication open and flowing
    gatekeeper and expediter
  17. sets expectations and ideals for group
    standard setter
  18. shares views and interpretations
    Group observer and commentator
  19. passively goes along with members
  20. demeans ad attacks the status of others by expressing negativity
  21. resists group process
  22. attracts attention to ones self
    recognition seeker
  23. attracts attention by inappropriate disclosures
  24. uses joking and provocative behavior to distract attention onto ones self
  25. shows inappropriate authority by monopolizing others
  26. appears needy; seeks pity
    help seeker
  27. disguises own predjudices through scial positions
    special interest pleader
  28. term that describes the processes and methodsĀ used by OT pracitoners to assist clients in the achievement of one's chosen occupational goalsĀ 
  29. varied social methods and expectations
    group intervention
  30. founded the first training for human relation group, also known as T- groups. Goal was to change the racial attitudes of the publics.
    Kurt Lewin
  31. Father of OT
    Dr. William Rush Dunton
  32. among the first to realize that crafts provided a positive distraction for persons with mental illness
    Dr William Rush Dunton
  33. recognized the therpeutic value of creating activities such as art, music, poetry, drama, dance, and clay/sculpting
    Th Azimas
  34. forces within a group that encourage social interaction between members
    group dynamics
  35. any activity or process that result in an end product or demonstrable service.
  36. emphasizes how a person functions in areas such as decision making, problem solving, task initiation and engagement, cause and effect, sharing and cooperation with others, reality testing, and task accompliment
    task-oriented group
  37. compared the effectiveness of an activity group, structured discussion group, and control group on the social interaction skills of 25 individuals with mental health disabilities.
    Results suggested that activity groups had a more positive impact.
    Victoria Schindler
  38. attempted to apply a developemental approach to OT group treatment
    Anne Cronin Mosey
  39. age 18 mos to 2 years
    Clients are involved in their own
Card Set
Group Process Test 1
Group Process Occupational therapy Assistant