publication . Article . 2014

EVIEW OF POST-EFFECT FOR ANOMALOUS/PARANORMAL EXPERIENCES A HUMANIST APPROACH

Alejandro Parra; Juan Manuel Corbetta;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 01 Jul 2014
  • Publisher: Universidad Simón Bolívar
Abstract
Se presentan los resultados de una investigación que tuvo como objetivos: explorar la utilidad de la terapia grupal para hacer frente a los efectos de las experiencias paranormales y explorar cómo la terapia humanista produce cambios positivos hacia las experiencias anómalo/paranormales. Se les pidió a la muestra (N= 20, rango 22-71 años, M= 45,65, DT= 12,52), 65 % mujeres y 35 % varones, responder un cuestionario autoadministrado de siete preguntas antes y al finalizar su participación en un grupo. La actividad incluyó tres fases: (1) Exposición, (2) Interpretación y (3) Cierre del grupo. Los participantes indicaron que el grupo ayudó a disminuir su malestar em...
Subjects
free text keywords: Terapia grupal humanística, Experiencias anómalo/paranormales, Post-efecto, Perturbación cognitiva y emocional, Humanistic group therapy, Anomalous/paranormal experiences, Post-effect therapy, Emotional and cognitive disturbing, Terapia grupal humanística, Experiencias anómalo/paranormales, Post-efecto, Perturbación cognitiva y emocional., Psychology, BF1-990
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