The effects of group counseling program on theory of cognitive behavioral modification to social skills of undergraduate students

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ธนปพน ภูสุวรรณ ชลิดา ตระกูลสุนทร พงษ์ศักดิ์ ศรุติปกรณ์ กุลพัฒน์ ยิ่งดำนุ่น

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The purposes of this research were to study the effect     of the development of Social skills to undergraduate students with  a group consulting based on the theory of cognitive behavior modification. The samples were undergraduate students of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University, academic year 2017, had a low-level of Social skills scores. There were 30 volunteers in the experimental, of which 15 were experimental group and 15 control group. The experimental group received a counseling group based on the theory of cognitive behavioral modification for the development of Social skills, 10 sessions, 60 minutes, twice a week for 5 weeks, and the control group did not receive the counseling group. Data were collected by three phases of measurement; pre-test, post-test and follow-up.  The data were analyzed by average, standard deviation and t-test.   


The results showed that the experimental group had higher Social skills score at the post-test and follow-up than the control group was statistically significant at .05 level. The experimental group had Social skills scores in the post-test and the follow-up higher than pre-test was a statistically significant at .05 level.

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