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فاعلية الإرشاد الجمعي المستند إلى البرمجة اللغوية العصبية في ‏تنمية الصفات السلوكية ومهارات الاتصال اللفظي

برهان حمادنة و راقع القحطاني

جامعة نجران - المملكة العربية السعودية

Doi://10.47015/16.2.6                           

JJES,16(2), 2020, 205-222
 

ملخص: هدفت الدراسة إلى الكشف عن فاعلية برنامج إرشاد جمعي يستند إلى البرمجة ‏اللغوية العصبية في تنمية الصفات السلوكية ومهارات الاتصال اللفظي لدى ‏الطلاب المتفوقين في كلية التربية بجامعة نجران. واستخدم المنهج التجريبي ‏تصميم المجموعة الواحدة بقياسات قبلية وبعدية. تكونت عينة الدراسة من (12) ‏طالبًا متفوقًا في كلية التربية بجامعة نجران في المملكة العربية السعودية. وقد تم ‏تطوير برنامج إرشاد جمعي يستند إلى البرمجة اللغوية العصبية، حيث تكون ‏البرنامج من (14) جلسة إرشادية جماعية مدة كل منها (60) دقيقة، واستغرق ‏تطبيقه على عينة الدراسة مدة أربعة أسابيع، واستخدم بالدراسة مقياس الصفات ‏السلوكية ومقياس مهارات التواصل اللفظي. وأظهرت النتائج وجود فروق دالة ‏إحصائيًا في درجات أفراد المجموعة التجريبية بين القياسين القبلي والبعدي على ‏مقياس الصفات السلوكية ومقياس مهارات التواصل اللفظي ومجالاتهما لصالح ‏القياس البعدي؛ ما يؤكد فاعلية برنامج الإرشاد الجمعي المستخدم في تنمية ‏الصفات السلوكية ومهارات الاتصال اللفظي لدى الطلاب الجامعيين المتفوقين.‏


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الكلمات المفتاحية: الإرشاد الجمعي، البرمجة اللغوية العصبية، الصفات ‏السلوكية، مهارات الاتصال اللفظي، الطلبة المتفوقين، جامعة نجران)‏


 

The Effectiveness of Group Counseling Based on Neuro-‎Linguistic Programming (NLP) in Developing the ‎Behavioral Characteristics and Verbal Communication ‎Skills ‎

 

Burhan Hamadneh and Ragea Alqahtani, University of Najran, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

 

Abstract: This study examined the effectiveness of a group counseling ‎program based on Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) in ‎developing the behavioral characteristics and verbal ‎communication skills among outstanding students at Najran ‎University. A quasi- experimental research design with one-‎group pretest-posttest was used. The study sample consisted of ‎‎12 outstanding students enrolled at the faculty of education, ‎Najran University in Saudi Arabia. A group counseling ‎program based on Neuro-Linguistic Programming was ‎developed. It consisted of (14) indicative group sessions; (60) ‎minutes each. The duration of training applying the program of ‎the study’s sample lasted for four weeks, as the behavioral ‎characteristicand verbal communication scales were used. ‎Results indicated that there were statistically significant ‎differences between mean scores of the experimental group in ‎the pre-post test on the scales of behavioral characteristics and ‎verbal communication, in favor of the posttest. This confirms ‎the effectiveness of group counseling program in enhancing ‎behavioral characteristics and verbal communication among ‎outstanding students.‎


‎(Keywords: Group Counseling, Neuro-Linguistic ‎Programming (NLP), Behavioral Characteristics, Verbal ‎Communication, Outstanding Students, Najran University)‎


 

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