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Volume 10, Issue 2 (1981)

Small Group Synthesis, Group B

pp. 290—296

One of the dominant concepts in the Symposium was reciprocal interaction. Influence patterns are not unidirectional. The parent influences the behavior of the child. The child influences the behavior of the parent. The teacher influences the behavior of the pupil. The pupil influences the behavior of the teacher. The professor influences the behavior of the trainee. The trainee influences the behavior of the professor. At the Symposium, it was amply demonstrated that the practitioners have influenced the behaviors of the trainers and vice versa.

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