Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A group engaged in a form of training in which members, lead by a trainer, observe and learn about small group dynamics in an attempt to improve interpersonal relationships and communication skills.

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[t(raining) group.]

Examples

  • One of the roots of the community movement was what has been called the T-group.

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  • One of the roots of the community movement was what has been called the T-group.

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  • I was the first one to speak in the T-group that night.

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  • I was the first one to speak in the T-group that night.

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  • The experiment was sufficiently successful that this trainer group, or T-group, became the model for the sensitivity-group movement.

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  • But the real payoff came in the so-called “T-group,” where we spent the greater part of our time.

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  • But the real payoff came in the so-called “T-group,” where we spent the greater part of our time.

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  • The experiment was sufficiently successful that this trainer group, or T-group, became the model for the sensitivity-group movement.

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  • My T-group experience was a part of the “sensitivity group movement” that swept this country in the sixties and early seventies.

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  • My T-group experience was a part of the “sensitivity group movement” that swept this country in the sixties and early seventies.

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