ID 111470
Title Alternative
The effect of number of role playing on self-efficacy in social skills training
Author
Mukaeyama, Wakako Child Guidance Center in Kobe City
Keywords
times of role playing
self-efficacy
social skills training
Content Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Description
This study investigated the effect of the number of role playing times on self-efficacy in social skills training (SST).
Participations were 19 university students. They were randomly divided into first group without role playing, second group in which was designed role playing at once, and third group in which was designed three times role playing. Intervention of all groups was consisted of 1 session SST in which participants practiced nonverbal communication skills. Participants selected a practice partner in their life and practiced the most difficult point of nonverbal communication skills. As a result, the third group tended to maintain the self-efficacy increased after SST than the first group at the follow-up after a week. From now on, it is desirable to consider extending the period of follow-up, to investigate other subjects and other target skills.
Journal Title
Journal of Human Sciences
ISSN
24333484
NCID
AA12817137
Publisher
徳島大学大学院社会産業理工学研究部
Volume
25
Start Page
7
End Page
15
Sort Key
7
Published Date
2017
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language
jpn
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Publisher
departments
Integrated Arts and Sciences