Year: 1962 Source: Group Psychotherapy, v.15, no.3, (1962), p.200-202 SIEC No: 19832329

The authors have attempted to point out certain hallmarks of group behavior indicative of self-destructive import. They have come to consider such behavior mechanisms as the occasional consequence of human inter-activity, & as such must be accepted with good grace, since unfortunately, at the present stage of human development, it would appear that not all groups, at all times, in all ways need be mutually therapeutic, although a truly therapeutic procedure can’t have less an objective than man.