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A Preliminary Study on LEGO ®-Based Workplace Stress Reduction with Six Bricks and LEGO ® SERIOUS PLAY ® in Taiwan

  title={A Preliminary Study on LEGO {\textregistered}-Based Workplace Stress Reduction with Six Bricks and LEGO {\textregistered} SERIOUS PLAY {\textregistered} in Taiwan},
  author={Payling Harn and Chaochi Hsiao},
This study was aimed at using Six Bricks and LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® to construct a workplace stress reduction model and investigate it’s stress-reduction effect. Seven Taiwan workers with different expertise were invited to attend a 150-min LEGO®-based workplace stress reduction workshop. Pretest and posttest were conducted using a workplace stress scale to assess the stress-reducing effect of the LEGO®-based workplace stress reduction. Two additional open-ended questions were incorporated in the… 

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