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Pls Give Me More Details About Transaction Analysis
From India, Kochi
Dear Sreelekha,
Transactional analysis, commonly known as TA to its adherents, is an integrative approach to the theory of psychology and psychotherapy. Integrative because it has elements of psychoanalytic, Humanist and Cognitive approaches. It was developed by Canadian-born US psychiatrist Eric Berne during the late 1950s.
Transactional analysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kindly visit this page which will give you really a good idea of the basics of the Transactional analysis.
In a organization, TA can be used for effective communication. By finding the ego state in which the peer is, you can clearly communicate what you are supposed to communicate.

From India, Madras
Transactional Analysis (TA) is a personality and psychotherapy for personal growth. It has wide applications in Clinical Psychology, organizations and education also.
Dr.Eric Berne, the originator of TA, considers a transaction as the unit of social intercourse. A transaction consists of a transactional stimulus (TS) and a transactional response (TR). TS is the behavior (verbal or nonverbal) produced by one person in acknowledgement of the presence of others when two or more people encounter each other. TR is the response to TS by another person.
Three Ego states namely: PARENT, ADULT & CHILD exists in all people.
People change from one state to another in the course of their transactions. This change can be easily noticed by the manners, appearances, words, gestures, and tones.
For Detailed information visit the following site
Hope it helps
Muktai Chavan

From India, Nagpur
Book "I’M OK YOU’RE OK" by Thomas A. Harris a pratical guide to transactional Analysis.
From India, Kanpur
i have a ppt on TA ,,,,hope it’l b helpful...
From India, Calcutta

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