Integration as Integration: Tolerance of Ambiguity and the Integrative Process at the Undergraduate Level

Volume
Volume 23
Issue
Winter 1995
Title
Integration as Integration: Tolerance of Ambiguity and the Integrative Process at the Undergraduate Level
Abstract

Intolerance of ambiguity is described as an impediment to effective integration. A bidirectional relationship between personal wholeness and the integrative process is outlined, and implications are drawn for the teaching of integration at the undergraduate level. These recommendations are illustrated by vignettes from the authors' undergraduate experiences.

Authors
H.L. Johnson, K.L. Court, M.H. Roersma and D.T. Kinnaman
Pages
271 - 276
Price
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