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Test Number 34
Title Inventory of Individually Perceived Group Cohesiveness
Author Johnson, D. L.
Category Self-Report Inventory
Copyright Date 1980
Availability Out of print
Restrictions  
Age/Grade Level Pre-K-adult
Cost No current information available
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Source No current information available
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Definition  
Purposes Designed to provide a measure of an individual’s perceptions of cooperation, control, and task influence processes operating as a group and resulting in some degree of group cohesiveness.
Characteristics Digging Deeper into Ideas

Manual
Fair The manual seems well-organized in its discussion of; definition and purposes, target populations and uses, and administration and scoring instructions. There are significant omissions in reporting supporting research.

Validity
Fair Validity is reported, but it is not clear how the study related to this instrument specifically.

Reliability
Fair Reliability is reported, but it is not clear how the study related to this instrument specifically.

Utility
Good Usually given to individual group members prior to and/or right after a group session. Untimed, it is completed in under 15 minutes. There are 20 items. Responses are on a Likert-type scale.

Interpretation
Fair Scores reflect three dimensions of group communication: influence regarding the task, cooperation, expectational control. Norming numbers and dates are not provided in the manual. Used with preschool, school-age groups; adult groups; counseling groups, and training groups ranging in size from 2 to 30.

Propriety
Fair Has been applied in settings varying in age, racial-ethnic identity, education level and gender.

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