Serge Piccinin

Serge Piccinin
University of Ottawa · School of Psychology

Ph.D.

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This study compares the motivation and the quality of criticism responses of 697 undergraduates who were divided into three levels of situation legitimacy (high, moderate, and low) and two levels (top versus bottom 40 percent) of anxiety related to previous generalized assertiveness behaviours. The impact of gender was also studied. The results sho...
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The results of a national survey of credit courses on university teaching and learning for graduate students in Canadian universities are reported. Six universities offer these semester length credit courses. All of these courses are available to all graduate students, but limited resources severely restrict the numbers who can actually take the co...
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Seventy-four university undergraduates (40.2% male and 59.8% female) reporting difficulty in giving and receiving criticism were randomly assigned to either a training group consisting of cognitive behavioral criticism skills including behavior rehearsal, modeling, coaching, cognitive restructuring, or to a control group. Dependent measures were gi...
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Using behavioral role play, in vivo, and self-reported giving and receiving criticism behaviors, we examined Canadian male and female students with comparable fear of negative evaluation for sex differences. We hypothesized that men and women would demonstrate equivalent role play and in vivo criticism skills but that women would devalue their skil...
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Social skills programs have typically neglected the social skills of giving and receiving criticism, which recent studies indicate is a significant area of concern for college and university counseling services. A pretreatment interview and assessment is followed by a cognitive behavioral training program which includes cognitive restructuring, mod...
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One hundred and eleven (111) university undergraduates (25% male) reporting difficulties in making requests or refusing, participated in one of two cognitive behavioral social skills programs which included behavior rehearsal, modeling, coaching, cognitive restructuring, and emphasis on the transferability of skills. The participants were randomly...
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This study investigated the level of consistency between demonstrated proficiency in giving and taking criticism and related personal beliefs and feelings about doing so. Accordingly, the proficiency of 87 female and 45 male college students was tested in terms of the extent to which they actually did give and take criticism effectively in response...
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One hundred and eleven college undergraduates (25% male) participated in one of two cognitive behavioral training programs, which included behavior rehearsal, modelling, coaching, cognitive-restructuring, and emphasis on the transferability of skills. Neither self-report nor behavioral outcome differences between the facilitative vs. the didactic a...
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This study investigated the enhancement of assertive outcome via the addition of emphasis on development of a therapist-client facilitative relationship. Three assertive conditions were run for 8 wk. at 2 hr. per week. One condition concluded sessions with a 15-min. discussion, another with 15 min. facilitative interchange, the third in the usual b...
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Teaching Assistants (TAs) play an important role in most major universities. Interest in the training and development of TAs has increased in recent years, particularly in the U.S.A. In Canada very little research has been conducted regarding the work and status of TAs. The study provides a portrait of TAs in Canadian universities: their number, ro...

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Hannah Rush has rqueste3d a copy of one of my publications. I would be happy to send her a copy if I knew her mailing address. I do not have an electronic copy of the paper which was published in 1989.

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