A comparative study of six different inpatient groups with respect to their basic assumption functioning.

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Seventy-five group therapy sessions of six different inpatient team groups in one short-term, one intermediate term, and one long-term psychiatric ward were studied with Group Focal Conflict Analysis and the Group Emotionality Rating System. The majority of the group sessions (41) functioned as fight-flight groups, twenty-four sessions functioned at a… (More)

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@article{Karterud1989ACS, title={A comparative study of six different inpatient groups with respect to their basic assumption functioning.}, author={Sigmund W Karterud}, journal={International journal of group psychotherapy}, year={1989}, volume={39 3}, pages={355-76} }