By Fay Fransella
First released in 1977, this now vintage guide has been thoroughly revised and up to date to mirror the big alterations that experience taken position either within the acclaim for repertory grid tools and within the examine of the tools themselves.
Aimed at rookies in addition to these already acquainted with grid utilization, this handbook offers an summary of George Kelly’s own build thought, which underpins repertory grid tools. The reader will how you can layout a grid, with counsel on the best way to opt for parts and methods of eliciting own constructs which can effect the consequences obtained.
The moment version comprises a number of examples of grids, besides as:
- New chapters at the major laptop tools of research to be had
- Supporting web site with grid research courses on hand to obtain
- prolonged annotated bibliography of the various examples of grid utilization
This publication will attract psychology scholars, practitioners and teachers. different pros who will locate this a useful advisor comprise managers, academics and educationalists, speech and language therapists, nurses, probation officials and psychiatrists.
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As subsequent cards are added, the person is occasionally asked whether it is still the same category as for the first two cards. If a card is taken away, the person is also asked if the same category is still being used. An elaboration of this is the Full Context Form with the Personal Role Feature. For this method, all element cards are laid out before the individual. When all of the cards have been sorted into piles, the ‘myself’ card is placed by each pile CONSTRUCTS AND ELEMENTS 31 and the Personal Role questions are asked for each.
This method can also be used in many other contexts equally well. Dalton (1996) has described how she and other therapists working with young people with little or no language have used drawings from Wilson’s Games Without Frontiers (Wilson, 1988). One picture that Dalton called ‘Tree People’ shows stereotyped figures in various poses on branches of a tree. Children who had been unable to begin to describe themselves and others verbally were able to describe the figures. For instance, one figure was described by one child as having fun and by another as going mad.
Three of these elements are presented and the person is then asked to specify some important way in which two of them are alike and thereby different from the third. The issue of the best way to elicit the implicit pole of a construct is discussed later in this chapter. The Self-Identification Form is a modification of the Minimum Context Card Form, in which the element ‘myself’ or ‘like me in character’ is always included in the triad. This ensures (as far as is possible) that all constructs elicited are personally relevant.
A Manual for Repertory Grid Technique by Fay Fransella