The effect of conflict resolution training on Turkish elementary school students: A quasi-experimental investigation

2004-01-01
ÇOBAN, REVAN
Güneri, Oya
This study investigated the effect of conflict resolution training on Turkish elementary school students' conflict resolution strategies. The participants were 54 fourth grade students. A pre-test, post-test, follow-up control group quasi-experimental design was used. Two 4th grade classes were selected out of three eligible 4th grade classes on the basis of Conflict Scenario Written Measure (Johnson, Johnson, & Dudley, 1992) and randomly assigned as control and experimental group. The experimental group consisted of 28 students (17 boys, 11 girls) and the control group consisted of 26 students (15 boys, 11 girls). Those in experimental group received 45 minutes of conflict resolution training twice a week, for four weeks. The results indicated that treatment was effective in changing the conflict resolution strategies used by the experimental group subjects in three different hypothetical situations and this effect was maintained six months after the treatment.
Citation Formats
R. ÇOBAN and O. Güneri, “The effect of conflict resolution training on Turkish elementary school students: A quasi-experimental investigation,” pp. 109–124, 2004, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/32678.