A Manual for Repertory Grid Technique
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Manual for Repertory Grid Technique by Fay Fransella
Book DescriptionFirst published in 1977, this now classic manual has been completely revised and updated to reflect the enormous changes that have taken place both in the popularity of repertory grid methods and in the study of the methods themselves. Aimed at novices as well as those already knowledgeable about grid usage, this manual provides an overview of George Kelly's personal construct theory, which underpins repertory grid methods. The reader will learn how to design a grid, with guidance on how to choose elements and ways of eliciting personal constructs that can influence the results obtained. The second edition includes multiple examples of grids, as well as:* New chapters on the main computer methods of analysis available* Supporting website with grid analysis programs available to download* Extended annotated bibliography of the many examples of grid usage This book will appeal to psychology students, practitioners and academics. Other professionals who will find this an invaluable guide include managers, teachers and educationalists, speech and language therapists, nurses, probation officers and psychiatrists.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780470854891
(250mm x 180mm x 22mm)
Imprint: John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Publish Date: 24-Oct-2003
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Books By Author Fay Fransella
Essential Handbook of Personal Construct Psychology, Paperback (March 2005)
Personal Construct Psychology was devised by George Kelly in 1955 as a new method in psychotherapy. Since then, his techniques have been applied widely throughout psychology and beyond, to include areas as diverse as nursing, conflict resolution, sociology and literary criticism.
Manual for Repertory Grid Technique, Paperback (October 2003)
Repertory Grid Technique is a way of quantifying personal constructs, the basis George Kelly's famous theory. Since the first edition by Academic press in 1977, work using and extending George Kelly's ideas, in particular the repertory grid, has continued internationally, reaching into areas way beyond psychology.
International Handbook of Personal Construct Psychology, Hardback (May 2003)
This handbook brings together, for the first time, a wide range of theories, research, and practice that has grown out of George Kelly's original concept. It provides a reference on what has been done as well as insights into how further applications can be made within psychology and psychotherapy.
Personal Construct Counselling in Action, Paperback (March 2000)» View all books by Fay Fransella
Presents an introduction to personal construct counselling for counselling trainees and practitioners. Outlining the key principles of the personal construct approach to counselling and relating them to practice, this book explores ways in which counsellors can build the client's awareness of the manner in which he or she construes problems.
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Author Biography - Fay Fransella
Fay Fransella is Founder and Director of the Center for Personal Construct Psychology, Emeritus Reader in Clinical Psychology, University of London and Visiting Professor of Personal Construct Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire. She has written 11 books, eight of them specifically relating to personal construct psychology and the use of repertory grids, and she has published over 150 journal papers and book chapters. She wrote the first edition of A Manual for Repertory Grid Technique with Don Bannister for Academic Press in 1977. She trained and worked as an occupational therapist for 10 years before taking a degree in psychology and a postgraduate diploma in clinical psychology in 1962. It was during her first job as a lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, London, that she was introduced to George Kelly's personal construct psychology and his repertory grid method. Both were revolutionary alternatives to the dominant behaviorism of the time. She found the view that we are all free agents responsible for what we make of the events which continually confront us particularly liberating. Since that time she has conducted research, together with teaching and writing, within the framework of Kelly's ideas. Her main area of research has been stuttering, for which she used a form of repertory grid. She has also conducted research on weight disorders and various psychological problems. Richard Bell is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Melbourne. He is interested practical problems of measurement in clinical, organizational and educational settings. He has written extensively on the analysis of repertory grid data and has authored widely used software for the analysis of such data. The influence of Don Bannister in arousing interest in George Kelly's theory and methods of assessment has been profound. Even after his untimely death in 1986 his influence continues, through those he inspired, through his professional research and writings, and also through his four novels. In the year in which this second edition of the Manual for Repertory Grid Techniques is published the 15th International Congress in Personal Construct Psychology was held in Huddersfield, UK, focusing on that outstanding influence. He spent much of his professional life carrying out research for the UK Medical Research Council, which included a year working with George Kelly at Ohio State University in 1965. He saw the psychology of personal constructs as an approach to the person that was empowering, democratic and, above all, valuable in helping people understand themselves and others. He was insistent that psychologists should use what power and influence they have to make a difference in the lives of people. He would have taken great interest in the vast amount of new work that has been carried out with and into that tool which is detailed in this second edition of the book that he co-authored in 1977.
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