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The Effects of The concentration Program Based on Acceptance-Commitment Therapy with High School Students

수용전념치료 기반 집중력프로그램이 고등학생들의 집중력 증가에 미치는 효과

  • Received : 2015.10.20
  • Accepted : 2015.12.20
  • Published : 2015.12.28

Abstract

The purpose of the this study was to evaluate the effects of self-Control, avoidance cognitive fusion, concentration and learning attitude with high school students. For this, the group acceptance-commitment therapy programs were administered for 12 sessions on a weekly basis. 10 high school students were assigned to treatment group and 10 were assigned to control group. Both pre- post- follow-up of self-Control, avoidance cognitive fusion, concentration and learning attitude were assessed. The results were as the treatment group reported significantly lower avoid fusion to the control group. In addition, the treatment group reported significantly higher score level of self-Control, concentration and learning attitude compared to control. Results indicate that the treatment group is more capable than the control group, of decreasing avoid fusion, while increasing self-Control, concentration and learning attitude. This results suggest that can be applied effectively. Finally, limitations of the present study and suggestions were discussed.

Keywords

Acceptance-Commitment Therapy;avoidance cognitive fusion;self-Control;concentration;learning attitude

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