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Volume 10, Issue 4 (1981)

Games in School Psychology Supervision

pp. 445—451

ABSTRACT:This paper describes the application of game theory and its implications for the analysis of interpersonal interactions to supervision in school psychology. Both supervisor and supervisee initiated games are presented with examples of their influence upon supervision.Lastly, methods of minimizing the negative impact of games are discussed.

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