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Agazarian, Y.M. (1968). A theory of verbal behaviour and information transfer. (Temple University). Available from UMI Dissertation Express. (AAT 6914069)

Agazarian, Y.M. (1969). A theory of verbal behavior and information transfer. Classroom Interaction Newsletter, 4, 22-33.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1969). The agency as a change agent. In A.H. Goldberg (Ed.), Blindness research: The expanding frontiers. University Park, PA and London, UK: Penn State Press.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1982). Role as a bridge construct in understanding the relationship between the individual and the group. In M. Pines & L. Rafaelson (Eds.), The individual and the group, boundaries and interrelations, Vol. I, Theory (pp. 181-192). New York, NY: Plenum Press.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1983). Some advantages of applying multi-dimensional thinking to the teaching, practice and outcomes of group psychotherapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 33 (2), 243-247.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1983). Theory of invisible group applied to individual and group-as-a-whole interpretations. GROUP: The Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, 7 (2), 27-37.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1986). Application of Lewin’s life space concept to the individual and group-as-a-whole systems in group psychotherapy. In E. Stivers & S. Wheelan (Eds.), The Lewin legacy (pp. 101-112). New York, NY: Springer-Verlag.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1987). The difficult patient, the difficult group. In Symposium: A discussion of the videotapes of a difficult group. GROUP: The Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, 11 (4), 205-216. doi: 10.1007/BF01459385

Agazarian, Y.M. (1989). Group-as-a-whole systems theory and practice. GROUP: The Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, 13(3-4), 131-155.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1989). The invisible group: An integrational theory of group-as-a-whole, The 12th Annual Foulkes Memorial Lecture. Group Analysis: The Journal of the Group Analytic Society, 22 (4), 74-96.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1991). Systems theory and group psychotherapy: From there-and-then to here-and-now. The International Forum of Group Psychotherapy, 1(3).

Agazarian, Y.M. (1992). Contemporary theories of group psychotherapy: A systems approach to the group-as-a-whole. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 42(3), 177-203.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1992). Friends Series I. Functional Subgrouping.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1992). Systems-centered group psychotherapy: How to develop a working group. Good Enough Press.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1993). Reframing the group-as-a-whole. In T. Hugg, N. Carson, & R. Lipgar, (Eds.), Changing group relations: Proceedings of the ninth scientific meeting of the A.K. Rice Institute (pp.165-187). Juniper, FL: A.K. Rice Institute.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1994). The phases of group development and the systems-centred group. In M. Pines & V. Schermer (Eds.), Ring of fire: Primitive object relations and affect in group psychotherapy (pp. 36-85). London, UK: Routledge, Chapman & Hall.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1997). Systems-centered therapy for groups. New York, NY: Guilford. Re-printed in paperback (2004). London, UK: Karnac Books.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1997). Systems-centered therapy. In H. G. Rosenthal (Ed.), Favorite counseling and therapy techniques (pp. 29-36).Washington, DC: Accelerated Development.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1999). Phases of development in the systems-centered group. Small Group Research, 30(1), 82-107. doi: 10.1177/104649649903000105

Agazarian, Y.M. (1999). Systems-centered supervision. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 49 (2), 215-236.

Agazarian, Y.M. (1999). Systems-centered therapy. In J. Donigian & D. Hulse-Killacky (Eds.), Critical incidents in group therapy. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.

Agazarian, Y.M. (2001). A systems-centered approach to inpatient group psychotherapy . London, UK & Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley.

Agazarian, Y.M. (2002). A systems-centered approach to individual and group psychotherapy. In L. Vandecreek & T. Jackson (Eds.), Innovations in clinical practice: A source book, Vol. 20 (pp. 223-240). Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press.

Agazarian, Y.M. (2006). Systems-centered practice: Selected papers on group psychotherapy. London, UK: Karnac Books.

Agazarian, Y.M. (2010). Systems-centered theory and practice: The contribution of Yvonne Agazarian (Edited by SCTRI.) Livermore, CA: WingSpan Press. Reprint (2011). London, UK: Karnac Books.

Agazarian, Y.M. (2012). Preface. In R. Lenn & K. Stefano (Eds.), Small, large and median groups: The work of Patrick de Maré (pp. xix-xxiv). London, UK: Karnac Books.

Agazarian, Y.M. (2012). Systems-centered group psychotherapy: A theory of living human systems and its systems-centered practice. GROUP: The Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, 36(1), 19-36.

Agazarian, Y.M. (2012). Systems-centered group psychotherapy: Putting theory into practice. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 62 (2) 171-195. doi: 10.1521/ijgp.2012.62.2.171

Agazarian, Y.M. (2016). Contrasting interpersonal and systems-centered approaches using two observation systems to analyze the communication patterns in two videotapes of the interpersonal approach to group psychotherapy. GROUP: The Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, 40(1), 71-88. doi:10.13186/group.40.1.0071

Agazarian, Y.M., & Byram, C. (2009). First build the system: The systems-centered approach to combined psychotherapy. GROUP: The Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, 33 (2), 129-148.

Agazarian, Y.M., & Carter, F. (1993). The large group and systems-centered theory. GROUP: The Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, 17(4), 210-234.

Agazarian, Y.M., & Gantt, S.P. (2000). Autobiography of a theory: Developing a theory of living human systems and its systems-centered practice. London, UK: Jessica Kingsley.

Agazarian, Y.M., & Gantt, S.P. (2003). Phases of group development: Systems-centered hypotheses and their implications for research and practice. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research and Practice, 7(3), 238-252. doi: 10.1037/1089-2699.7.3.238

Agazarian, Y.M., & Gantt, S.P. (2005). The systems perspective. In S. Wheelan (Ed.), Handbook of group research and practice (pp. 187-200). Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage.

Agazarian, Y.M., & Gantt, S.P. (2005). The systems-centered approach to the group-as-a-whole. GROUP: The Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, 29(1), 163-186.

Agazarian, Y.M., & Gantt, S.P. (2014). Systems-centered training with couples: Building marriages that work. Systemic Thinking & Psychotherapy, 5.

Agazarian, Y.M., & Janoff, S. (1993). Systems theory and small groups. In I. Kaplan & B. Sadock (Eds.), Comprehensive textbook of group psychotherapy (pp. 33-44, 3rd ed.). Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins, Division of Waverly.

Agazarian, Y.M., & Peters, R. (1981). The visible and invisible group. London, UK: Routledge & Kegan Paul. Reprinted in paperback (1987). London, UK: Karnac Books.

Agazarian, Y.M., & Philibossian, B. (1998). A theory of living human systems as an approach to leadership of the future with examples of how it works. In E. Klein, F. Gabelnick & P. Herr (Eds.), The psychodynamics of leadership (pp. 127-160). Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press.

Agazarian, Y.M., Gantt, S.P., & Carter, F.B. (2021). Systems-centered training: An illustrated guide for applying a theory of living human systems. London, UK: Routledge.

Ahlin, G., Sandahl, C., Herlitz, K., & Brimberg, I. (1996). Developing the Matrix Representation Grid (MRG): A method of observing group processes. Findings from time-limited group psychotherapy for alcohol dependent patients. GROUP: The Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, 20(2), 145-173. doi: 10.1007/BF02109142

Åkerlund, M. (2017). Leadership - a team process developed through context awareness. Scandinavian Journal of Organizational Psychology, 9(2), 6-18.

Armington, R. (2012). Exploring the convergence of systems-centered therapy’s functional subgrouping and the principles of interpersonal neurobiology. Journal of Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies, 1, 51-55.

Bateson, G. (1972). Steps to an ecology of mind. New York, NY: Ballantine Books.

Beck, A.P. (1981). A study of group phase development and emergent leadership. GROUP: The Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, 5 (4), 48-54.

Benjamin, B., Yeager, A., & Simon, A. (2012). Conversation transformation: Recognize and overcome the 6 most destructive communication patterns. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Bennis, W. G., & Shepard, H. A. (1956). A theory of group development. Human Relations, 9 (4), 415-437.

Bertalanffy, L. von (1968). General system theory: Foundations, development, applications (Rev. ed. 1976). New York, NY: George Braziller.

Bertalanffy, L. von (1969). General systems (Rev. ed.). New York, NY: George Braziller.

Bion, W.R. (1959). Experiences in groups. London, UK: Tavistock.

Bowlby J. (1969). Instinctive behavior: An alternative model. In Attachment and loss, Vol. 1, Attachment. New York, NY: Basic Books.

Brabender, V., & Fallon, A. (2009). Group development in practice. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Byram, C., Marshall, E., & Simon, A. (2005). Red, yellow, green: Modifying communication patterns in an elementary school system. In S.P. Gantt & Y.M. Agazarian (Eds.), SCT in Action: Applying the systems-centered approach in organizations (pp. 99-128). Lincoln, NE: iUniverse. Reprint (2006). London, UK: Karnac Books.

Carter, F. (2000). Relationships as a function of context. In U. McCluskey & C. Hooper (Eds.), Psychodynamic perspectives on abuse: The cost of fear (pp. 54-66). London, UK & Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley.

Cartwright, D., & Zander, A. (1960). Group dynamics research and theory. 2nd ed. New York, NY: Elmsford, Row, Peterson.

Cilasun, J., & Herrewegh, M. (2013). The 'group-analytic stance' in training of psychiatrists: Race, cultural differences and the case based discussion group. Group Analysis, 46 (3), 245-255. doi: 10.1177/0533316413495486

Coleman, A.D., & Bexton, W.H. (Eds.) (1975). The group relations reader: Volume I. Washington, D.C.: A. K. Rice Institute.

Coleman, A.D., & Geller, M.H. (Eds.) (1985). The group relations reader: Volume II. Washington, D.C.: A. K. Rice Institute.

Cox, B.A. (1976). Communication systems in psychotherapy: An empirical investigation into the treatment ideologies of patients and therapist. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation.) Simon Frazer University, British Columbia, Canada.

Davanloo, H. (1987). Clinical manifestations of superego pathology. International Journal of Short-Term Psychotherapy, 2, 225-254.

Davis, R. (2013). Creating the conditions for all voices to be heard: Strategies for working with differences. e-O&P Journal of the Association for Management Education and Development, 20(1), 23-29.

Davis, R. (2014). Working across organisational boundaries: Shifting from complaining and blaming to problem-solving. e-O&P Journal of the Association for Management Education and Development, 21(3), 22-37.

de Maré, P.B., Piper, R., & Thompson, S. (1991). Koinonia: From hate, through dialogue, to culture in the large group. London, UK: Karnac Books.

Durkin, H. (1972). Group therapy and general systems theory. In C. J. Sager & H. Singer Kaplan (Eds.), Progress in group and family therapy. New York, NY: Brunner/Mazel.

Durkin, J.E. (Ed.). (1981). Living groups: Group psychotherapy and general systems theory. New York, NY: Brunner/Mazel.

Farrier, A., Davis, R., Froggett, L., & Poursanidou, K. (2010). "Shotgun partnership": A systems-centered case study analysis. Journal of Place Management and Development, 3(2), 136 -148. doi: 10.1108/17538331011062685

Festinger, L. (1957). A theory of cognitive dissonance. Evanston, IL: Row, Peterson.

Finlay, L.D., Abernethy, A.D., & Garrels, S.R. (2016). Scapegoating in group therapy: Insights from Girard’s mimetic theory. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 66(2), 188-204. doi: 10.1080/00207284.2015.1106174

Forsmark, J. (2017). Leading and teaching whitewater kayaking: Efficient outdoor leadership viewed from a theory of human living systems. (Master's thesis.) Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden.

Foulkes, S.H. (1964). Therapeutic group analysis. London, UK: Karnac Books.

Gantt, S.P. (2005). Functional role-taking in organizations and work groups. Group Psychologist (APA Division 49 newsletter), 15(5), 15.

Gantt, S.P. (2009). The clinical pastoral circle: Using systems-centered methods to develop a clinical pastoral team. In C.F. Garlid, A.A. Zollfrank & G. Fitchett (Eds.), Expanding the circle: Essays in honor of Joan Hemenway (pp. 109-136). Decatur, GA: Journal of Pastoral Care Publications.

Gantt, S.P. (2011). Functional subgrouping and the systems-centered approach to group therapy. In J. Kleinberg (Ed.), The Wiley-Blackwell handbook of group psychotherapy (pp. 113-138). Oxford, UK: Wiley.

Gantt, S.P. (2013). Applying systems-centered theory (SCT) and methods in organizational contexts: Putting SCT to work. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 63(2), 234-258. doi:  10.1521/ijgp.2013.63.2.234

Gantt, S.P. (2015). Systems-centered group therapy. In E.S. Neukrug (Ed.), Encyclopedia of theory in counseling and psychotherapy (pp. 991-996). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Gantt, S.P. (2018). Developing groups that change our minds and transform our brains: Systems-centered’s functional subgrouping, its impact on our neurobiology, and its role in each phase of group development. Psychoanalytic Inquiry: Today’s Bridge Between Psychoanalysis and the Group World [Special Issue], 38(4), 270-284. doi: 10.1080/07351690.2018.1444851

Gantt, S.P. (2018). In memoriam. Yvonne Agazarian. Group Circle, Winter 2018.

Gantt, S.P. (2018). In memory of Yvonne Agazarian, 1929-2017. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 68(2), 279-289. doi: 10.1080/00207284.2017.1416792

Gantt, S.P. (2019). Implications of neuroscience for group psychotherapy. In F.J. Kaklauskas & L.R. Greene (Eds.), Core principles of group psychotherapy: An integrated theory, research, and practice training manual (pp. 156-170). New York, NY: Routledge.

Gantt, S.P. (2019). Yvonne M. Agazarian (1929-2017). American Psychologist, 74(2), 259. doi: 10.1037/amp0000332

Gantt, S.P. (2021). Systems-centered large groups. Group Circle, a publication of the American Group Psychotherapy Association, Winter 2021.

Gantt, S.P. (2021). Systems-centered theory (SCT) into group therapy: Beyond surviving ruptures to repairing and thriving. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 71 (2), 224-252. doi: 10.1080/00207284.2020.1772073  

Gantt, S.P., & Adams, J.M. (2010). Systems-centered training for therapists: Beyond stereotyping to integrating diversities into the change process. Women & Therapy, 33 (1), 101-120. doi: 10.1080/02703140903404812

Gantt, S.P., & Agazarian, Y.M. (2004). Systems-centered emotional intelligence: Beyond individual systems to organizational systems. Organizational Analysis, 12 (2), 147-169.  doi: 10.1108/eb028990

Gantt, S.P., & Agazarian, Y.M. (2007). Phases of system development in organizational work groups: The systems-centered approach for intervening in context. Organisational & Social Dynamics, 7(2), 253-291.

Gantt, S.P., & Agazarian, Y.M. (2010). Developing the group mind through functional subgrouping: Linking systems-centered training (SCT) and interpersonal neurobiology. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 60(4), 515-544. doi: 10.1521/ijgp.2010.60.4.515

Gantt, S.P., & Agazarian, Y.M. (2011). Highlights from ten years of a systems-centered large group: Work in progress. Voices: The Art and Science of Psychotherapy, 47(1), 40-50.

Gantt, S.P., & Agazarian, Y.M. (2011). The group mind, systems-centred functional subgrouping, and interpersonal neurobiology. In E. Hopper & H. Weinberg (Eds.), The social unconscious in persons, groups, and societies: Volume 1: Mainly theory (pp. 99-123). London, UK: Karnac Books.

Gantt, S.P., & Agazarian, Y.M. (2017). Systems-centered group therapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 67(sup1), S60-S70. doi: 10.1080/00207284.2016.1218768

Gantt, S.P., & Agazarian, Y.M. (Eds.) (2005). SCT in action: Applying the systems-centered approach in organizations. Lincoln, NE: iUniverse. Reprint (2006). London, UK: Karnac Books.

Gantt, S.P., & Agazarian, Y.M. (Eds.) (2006). Systems-centered therapy: In clinical practice with individuals, families and groups. Livermore, CA: WingSpan Press. Reprint (2011). London, UK: Karnac Books.

Gantt, S.P., & Badenoch, B. (2020). Systems-centered group psychotherapy: Developing a group mind that supports right brain function and right-left-right hemispheric integration. In R. Tweedy (Ed.) The divided therapist: Hemispheric difference and contemporary psychotherapy (pp. 149-180). London, UK: Karnac Books.

Gantt, S.P., & Badenoch, B. (Eds.) (2013). The interpersonal neurobiology of group psychotherapy and group process. London, UK: Karnac Books.

Gantt, S.P., & Cox, P. (Eds.) (2010). Introduction to the special issue: Neurobiology and building interpersonal systems: Groups, couples, and beyond [Special issue]. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 60 (4), 455-460. doi: 10.1521/ijgp.2010.60.4.455

Gantt, S.P., & Hopper, E. (2008). Two perspectives on a trauma in a training group: The systems-centered approach and the theory of incohesion (part I). Group Analysis, 41 (1), 92-106. doi: 10.1177/0533316408088416;

Gantt, S.P., & Hopper, E. (2008). Two perspectives on a trauma in a training group: The systems-centered approach and the theory of incohesion (part II). Group Analysis, 41 (2), 123-139. doi: 10.1177/0533316408089879

Gantt, S.P., & Hopper, E. (2012). Two perspectives on a trauma in a training group: The systems-centered approach and the theory of incohesion. In E. Hopper (Ed.), Trauma and organizations (pp. 233-254). London, UK: Karnac Books.

Haddock, R. (2004). Drawing the isolate into the group flow: A commentary from a systems-centered therapy perspective. Group Analysis, 37(1), 82-90.

Harvey, R.B. (1976). A study of communication change in group process seminars using the Sequential Analysis of Verbal Interaction. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation.) Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA.

Holst, P. (1990). Male and female communication patterns before and after personal narratives in a long-term support self help group. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation.) Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

Horwitz, L. (1983). Projective identification in diads and groups. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 33, 259-279.

Howard, A., & Scott, R.A. (1965). A proposed framework for the analysis of stress in the human organism. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 10, 141-160.

Kamozawa, A., Oshima, S., & Mizukawa, Y. (2021). Narrative of “here-and-now”: Cancer survivors in a group psychotherapy using SCT® (systems-centered therapy). Japanese Psychological Research. doi: 10.1111/jpr.12343

Korzybski, A. (1994). Science and sanity: An introduction to non-Aristotelian systems and general semantics (5th ed.). Englewood, NJ: Institute of General Semantics.

Kreeger, L.C. (Ed.) (1975). The large group: Dynamics and therapy. London, UK: Constable.

Ladden, L.J., Gantt, S.P., Rude, S., & Agazarian, Y.M. (2007). Systems-centered therapy: A protocol for treating generalized anxiety disorder. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 37 (2), 61-70. doi:10.1007/s10879-006-9037-6

Lewin, K. (1951). Field theory in social science. New York, NY: Harper & Row.

MacKinnon, J.R. (1980). An empirical investigation of dyadic verbal interaction in the chronic paediatric health care delivery system. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation.) University of British Columbia, British Columbia, Canada.

MacKinnon, J.R. (1984). Health professionals' patterns of communication: Cross-purpose or problem solving? Journal of Allied Health, 4, 3-12.

Maher, M. (2018). From group analytic to systems-centered consulting: A comparison of experience. Journal of Social Work Practice, 32(4), 423-432. doi: 10.1080/02650533.2018.1503163

McCluskey, U. (2002). The dynamics of attachment and systems-centered group psychotherapy. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research and Practice, 6 (2), 131-142.

McCluskey, U. (2005). To be met as a person: The dynamics of attachment in professional encounters. London, UK: Karnac Books.

McCullough, L. (1991). Short term dynamic psychotherapy: A cross theoretical analysis of change mechanisms. In R.C. Curtis & G. Striker (Eds.), How people change. New York, NY: Plenum Press.

Miller, J.G. (1978). Living systems. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Moreno, J.K. (2007). Scapegoating in group psychotherapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 57 (1), 93-104. doi: 10.1521/ijgp.2007.57.1.93

Murphy, V. (2007). A longitudinal case study of effectiveness and efficiency in a systems-centered top management team. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation.) Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH.

O'Neill, R.M. (2014). Systems-centered management: A brief review of theory, practice and research. Review of Public Administration and Management, 2(1). doi:  10.4172/2315-7844.1000144

O'Neill, R.M., & Mogle, J. (2015). Systems-centered functional subgrouping and large group outcome. GROUP: The Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, 39 (4), 303-317. doi: 10.13186/group.39.4.0303

O’Neill, R.M., & Constantino, M.J. (2008). Systems-centered training groups’ process and outcome: A comparison with AGPA institute groups. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 58(1), 77-102. doi: 10.1521/ijgp.2008.58.1.77

O’Neill, R.M., Constantino, M.J., & Mogle, J. (2012). Does Agazarian’s systems-centered functional subgrouping improve mood, learning and goal achievement?: A study in large groups. Group Analysis, 45(3), 375-390. doi: 10.1177/0533316412448287

O’Neill, R.M., Gantt, S.P., Burlingame, G.M., Mogle, J., Johnson, J., & Silver, R. (2013). Developing the systems-centered functional subgrouping questionnaire-2. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, 17(4), 252-269. doi: 10.1037/a0034925

O’Neill, R.M., Murphy, V., Mogle, J., MacKenzie, M.J., MacGregor, K.L., Pearson, M., & Parekh, M. (2013). Are systems-centered teams more collaborative, productive and creative? Journal of Team Performance Management, 19(3/4), 201-221. doi: 10.1108/TPM-04-2012-0015

O'Neill, R.M., Reynolds, W.B., Culbertson, T.R., & Franklin, R. Y. (2012). Systems-centered ® training's functional subgrouping: A path to Koinonia in pastoral care. Chaplaincy Today, 28 (1), 2-13 doi: 10.1080/10999183.2012.10767443   This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis in Chaplaincy Today on 02 Jan 2014.

O'Neill, R.M., Smyth, J.M., & MacKenzie, M.J. (2011). Systems-centered functional subgrouping links the member to the group dynamics and goals: How-to and a pilot study. GROUP: The Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, 35 (2), 105-121.

Ruesch, J., & Bateson, G. (1951). Communication: The social matrix of psychiatry. New York, NY: Norton.

Sandahl, C., Lindgren, A., & Herlitz, K. (2000). Does the group conductor make a difference? Communication patterns in group-analytically and cognitive-behaviourally oriented therapy groups. Group Analysis, 33(3), 333-351.

SCT Podcast Season 1: Exploring Systems-Centered Theory in Everyday Life (Apple)

SCT Podcast Season 1: Exploring Systems-Centered Theory in Everyday Life (Spotify)

Shannon, C.E., & Weaver, W. (1964). The mathematical theory of communication. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Simon, A. (1993). Using SAVI for couples' therapy. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 4, 39-62.

Simon, A., & Agazarian, Y.M. (1967). SAVI: Sequential analysis of verbal interaction. Philadelphia, PA: Research for Better Schools.

Simon, A., & Agazarian, Y.M. (2000). SAVI - The system for analyzing verbal interaction. In A.P. Beck & C.M. Lewis (Eds.), The process of group psychotherapy: Systems for analyzing change (pp. 357-380). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Simon, A., & Boyer, E.G. (1971). Mirrors for behaviors: An anthology of classroom observation instruments. Vols. 1-17. Philadelphia, PA: Research for Better Schools.

Smith, Joyce A. (1970). The effects of modeling behavior on the communications of clients in counseling situations (Unpublished doctoral dissertation.) University of Missouri, Kansas City, MO.

Sturdevant, K.S. (1991). A pilot study of intrapersonal and interpersonal process as measured on the experiencing scale and the sequential analysis of verbal interaction (SAVI). (Unpublished master's thesis.) University of Iowa, Ames, IA.

Sundlin, A-L, & Sundlin, P. (2014). Taking up your role: How to shift between life and work without losing yourself. Cambridge, MA: Catalyst Communications Press.

Weir, R. (1978). Treatment and outcome as a function of staff-patient interaction. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation.) University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.

Whitcomb, K., O'Neill, R.M., Burlingame, G.M., Mogle, J., Gantt, S.P., Cannon, J., & Rooney, T. (2018). Measuring how systems-centered® members connect with group dynamics: FSQ-2 construct validity. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 68(2), 163-183. doi: 10.1080/00207284.2017.1381024

Winnicott, D.W. (1971). Transitional objects and transitional phenomena. In Playing and reality (pp. 1-25). London, UK: Tavistock.

Yvonne Agazarian in conversation with Serge Prengel - Relational Implicit Interview August 2009 (Audio only)

Zimmerman, K.W. (1970). Verbal classroom interaction and characteristics including self-actualization of home economics teachers. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation.) Iowa State University, Ames, IA.