T-group


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T-group

(tē′gro͞op′)
n.
A group engaged in a form of training in which members, led by a trainer, observe and learn about small group dynamics in an attempt to improve interpersonal relationships and communication skills.

[t(raining) group.]

T-group

n
(Psychology) psychol a group that meets for educational or therapeutic purposes to study its own communication
[C20: from (Sensitivity) T(raining) Group]
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The groups comprised the SHAM group, the NT-group (no-treatment-group), and the T-group (treatment-group).
The principal pioneers in developing T-Groups were Kurt Lewin (although he died before the T-Group became the basic training format for the NTL's Human Relations Laboratory), followed by Kenneth Benne, Ron Lippitt and Leland Bradford (Benne, 1964).
Starting with the traditional lecture method, the author runs through various methodologies like Assessments, In-basket Exercises, Case Study methods Role Play, Discussion, Demonstration, Debate, Fish-Bowl, Management Games Simulation, Action-Maze, T-group etc.
Chris Argyris was the main force behind the ground-breaking T-group experiments in the1960s.