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Title: EFFECTS OF TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS AND COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR THERAPY ON SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE OF SOCIALLY INCOMPETENT IN-SCHOOL ADOLESCENTS IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA
Authors: WOMILOJU, A. O.
Keywords: Social intelligence, In-school adolescents, Transactional analysis, Cognitive behaviour therapy
Issue Date: Mar-2015
Abstract: There was a significant main effect of treatment on the social intelligence of the participants (F(2,71) =13.18). Participants in CBT group obtained the highest adjusted post test mean score ( X= 45.30) while those in TA and the control groups had ( =40.80) and ( = 38.99) respectively. There was a significant main effect of gender on the social intelligence of participants (F(1,71) =3.95). The mean score of male was ( =40.82) while that of female was ( =42.63). However, there was no significant main effect of social self-efficacy. The interaction effect of CBT, TA and gender on social intelligence was significant ordinally (F(2,71)=7.06) indicating that the female participants benefited greatly from the treatments more than the males. There was no significant interaction effect of treatment and social self-efficacy on the social intelligence of the participants. However, there was a significant interaction effect of gender and social self-efficacy on the social intelligence of participants (F(2,72)=6.20) showing that gender is a significant factor in the study which revealed compatibility with social self efficacy. There was a significant main effect of treatment on the social intelligence of the participants (F(2,71) =13.18). Participants in CBT group obtained the highest adjusted post test mean score ( X= 45.30) while those in TA and the control groups had ( =40.80) and ( = 38.99) respectively. There was a significant main effect of gender on the social intelligence of participants (F(1,71) =3.95). The mean score of male was ( X=40.82) while that of female was (X=42.63). However, there was no significant main effect of social self-efficacy. The interaction effect of CBT, TA and gender on social intelligence was significant ordinally (F(2,71)=7.06) indicating that the female participants benefited greatly from the treatments more than the males. There was no significant interaction effect of treatment and social self-efficacy on the social intelligence of the participants. However, there was a significant interaction effect of gender and social self-efficacy on the social intelligence of participants (F(2,72)=6.20) showing that gender is a significant factor in the study which revealed compatibility with social self efficacy. Cognitive behaviour therapy greatly enhanced social intelligence of socially incompetent in-school adolescents with gender and social self-efficacy having positive influence. This therapy should therefore be adopted in developing skills for fostering social intelligence among in-school adolescents.
URI: http://ir.library.ui.edu.ng:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/1332
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