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Read the assigned group articles and respond as follows:
McCarthy, C., Mejia, O.,& Liu, H. T. (2000) Cognitive appraisal theory: A psychoeducational approach for understanding connections between cognition and emotion in group work, The Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 25(1),104 -121.
Connections: How do the textbook readings or article readings connect to what you have already learned in class or to your experiences prior to this class?
Challenges: How do the readings or articles challenge your thinking or beliefs? What new ideas extend or broaden your thinking in new directions?
Concepts: Identify the top 3-5 key concepts that are important to remember from your readings this week. Please define each concept. .
Changes: What changes in your attitudes, thinking, or action would you need to make to apply what is suggested in your readings?