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The process of group psychotherapy: Systems for analyzing change.
In this chapter we describe the development of the Individual Group Member Interpersonal Process Scale (IGIPS), a group therapy process measure based on an interpersonal, interactionally oriented approach to group psychotherapy. We delineate the nature of the group theory underlying the IGIPS as well as the entire developmental history of the instrument. The rationale for the creation of the measure and three successive revisions is then presented. In total, the development of the IGIPSdoi:10.1037/10378-011 fatcat:k7gtfv2robcdpdr6txq4dg7mgq