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Effect of group leader experience on individual level of self-concept
This research was done to see the relevance between leader experience and self-concept of group leader. The hypothesis was there should be similar experience between the leaders sharing the similar self-concept (classifying self-concept into individual self, relational self, and collective self). Participants were university students who have experienced group leader for a year. Interview and LSCS questionnaire was used for the experiment. As a result, the following pairs of experience and self-concept were related: object of leader feeling negative emotion and individual self, types of negative emotion leader felt and individual/ relational self, positive feedback and relational self, cognition of group characteristic and collective self. Lastly, essential experience factors for serving leaders were found in the research.
Bulletin of training and research center for clinical psychology
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Departmental Bulletin Papers
Graduate School of Education