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Design Thinking Research
Some widely-used approaches in Behavior Group Therapy bear a striking resemblance to Design Thinking. They invoke almost identical processmodels and share central maxims like "defer judgement" or "go for quantity". Heuristics for composing groups (mixed!) and preferred group sizes (4-6) are very much alike as well. Also, the roles ascribed to therapists are quite similar to that of Design Thinking coaches. Given these obvious analogies, it is most natural to ask what the two traditions candoi:10.1007/978-3-642-31991-4_16 fatcat:hhlxaaqrdzd6jmdbk6lgqqqvui