The reciprocal interaction of two or more persons.
A generic term for the treatment of mental illness or emotional disturbances primarily by verbal or nonverbal communication.
The exchange or transmission of ideas, attitudes, or beliefs between individuals or groups.
Control of drug and narcotic use by international agreement, or by institutional systems for handling prescribed drugs. This includes regulations concerned with the manufacturing, dispensing, approval (DRUG APPROVAL), and marketing of drugs.
Freedom from exposure to danger and protection from the occurrence or risk of injury or loss. It suggests optimal precautions in the workplace, on the street, in the home, etc., and includes personal safety as well as the safety of property.
The effect of environmental or physiological factors on the driver and driving ability. Included are driving fatigue, and the effect of drugs, disease, and physical disabilities on driving.
Strongly insistent, self-assured, and demanding behavior.
The capability to perform acceptably those duties directly related to patient care.
Heart sounds caused by vibrations resulting from the flow of blood through the heart. Heart murmurs can be examined by HEART AUSCULTATION, and analyzed by their intensity (6 grades), duration, timing (systolic, diastolic, or continuous), location, transmission, and quality (musical, vibratory, blowing, etc).
Act of listening for sounds within the heart.
The sounds heard over the cardiac region produced by the functioning of the heart. There are four distinct sounds: the first occurs at the beginning of SYSTOLE and is heard as a "lubb" sound; the second is produced by the closing of the AORTIC VALVE and PULMONARY VALVE and is heard as a "dupp" sound; the third is produced by vibrations of the ventricular walls when suddenly distended by the rush of blood from the HEART ATRIA; and the fourth is produced by atrial contraction and ventricular filling.
Instruments intended to detect and study sound produced by the heart, lungs, or other parts of the body. (from UMDNS, 1999)
The training or molding of an individual through various relationships, educational agencies, and social controls, which enables him to become a member of a particular society.
A new pattern of perceptual or ideational material derived from past experience.
A space in which the pressure is far below atmospheric pressure so that the remaining gases do not affect processes being carried on in the space.
Fabric or other material used to cover the body.
The branch of applied psychology concerned with psychological aspects of selection, assignment, training, morale, etc., of Armed Forces personnel.
Societies whose membership is limited to scientists.
The intentional infliction of physical or mental suffering upon an individual or individuals, including the torture of animals.
The science devoted to the comparative study of man.
The country is bordered by RUSSIA on the north and CHINA on the west, south, and east. The capita is Ulaanbaatar.
Coloration of the skin.

Marijuana use among minority youths living in public housing developments. (1/4240)

Youths residing in public housing developments appear to be at markedly heightened risk for drug use because of their constant exposure to violence, poverty, and drug-related activity. The purpose of this study was to develop and test a model of marijuana etiology with adolescents (N = 624) residing in public housing. African-American and Hispanic seventh graders completed questionnaires about their marijuana use, social influences to smoke marijuana, and sociodemographic and psychosocial characteristics. Results indicated that social influences, such as friends' marijuana use and perceived ease of availability of marijuana, significantly predicted both occasional and future use of marijuana. Individual characteristics such as antimarijuana attitudes and drug refusal skills also predicted marijuana use. The findings imply that effective prevention approaches that target urban youths residing in public housing developments should provide them with an awareness of social influences to use marijuana, correct misperceptions about the prevalence of marijuana smoking, and train adolescents in relevant psychosocial skills.  (+info)

Effect of discussion and deliberation on the public's views of priority setting in health care: focus group study. (2/4240)

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the extent to which people change their views about priority setting in health care as a result of discussion and deliberation. DESIGN: A random sample of patients from two urban general practices was invited to attend two focus group meetings, a fortnight apart. SETTING: North Yorkshire Health Authority. SUBJECTS: 60 randomly chosen patients meeting in 10 groups of five to seven people. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Differences between people's views at the start of the first meeting and at the end of the second meeting, after they have had an opportunity for discussion and deliberation, measured by questionnaires at the start of the first meeting and the end of the second meeting. RESULTS: Respondents became more reticent about the role that their views should play in determining priorities and more sympathetic to the role that healthcare managers play. About a half of respondents initially wanted to give lower priority to smokers, heavy drinkers, and illegal drug users, but after discussion many no longer wished to discriminate against these people. CONCLUSION: The public's views about setting priorities in health care are systematically different when they have been given an opportunity to discuss the issues. If the considered opinions of the general public are required, surveys that do not allow respondents time or opportunity for reflection may be of doubtful value.  (+info)

Understanding lay perspectives: care options for STD treatment in Lusaka, Zambia. (3/4240)

Understanding lay persons' perceptions of STD care is critical in the design and implementation of appropriate health services. Using 20 unstructured group interviews, 10 focus group discussions and 4 STD case simulations in selected sub-populations in Lusaka, we investigated lay person perspectives of STD services. The study revealed a large diversity of care options for STD in the communities, including self-care, traditional healers, medicine sold in the markets and streets, injections administered in the compounds, private clinics, health centres and hospital. The factors identified as influencing care seeking behaviour are: lay referral mechanisms, social cost, availability of care options, economics, beliefs, stigma and quality of care as perceived by the users.  (+info)

Staff and patient feedback in mental health services for older people. (4/4240)

OBJECTIVES: To compare the views of patients and staff on the quality of care provided on a psychogeriatric assessment ward over a five year period. To describe the quality improvements which were made as a result of their respective comments. DESIGN: Structured interviews were conducted with both patients and staff to obtain qualitative feedback and suggestions for improvement. An analysis of the percentage of positive and negative comments made by both patients and staff was used to compare the levels of satisfaction on a variety of aspects of the service provided. SETTING: Psychogeriatric inpatient assessment ward. SUBJECTS: 75 patients and 85 staff interviews were conducted. MAIN MEASURES: Structured interviews covering various aspects of service quality. RESULTS: Staff and patients picked up on different aspects of service quality as important. Quality improvements which arose from the interviews were clearly different. Generally patients were more positive about the physical environment and standards of professional care than staff, but less positive about issues of privacy, social interaction, and empowerment. CONCLUSIONS: The perspectives of patients and staff in this area are not interchangeable. Both series of interviews led to several positive changes in the quality of care. Interviews with staff seem to have been valuable in a low morale situation. A structured interview format provided patients with an opportunity to feedback openly and led to changes in service quality which would not otherwise have occurred.  (+info)

Psychological factors associated with recurrent vaginal candidiasis: a preliminary study. (5/4240)

OBJECTIVE: To identify psychological factors associated with chronic recurrent vaginal candidiasis. DESIGN: A cross sectional exploratory study of women with chronic, recurrent vaginal candidiasis. PATIENTS: 28 women found culture positive and treated for vaginal candidiasis by a clinic physician at least twice within the past 6 months. All women reported that they had experienced vaginal thrush six or more times within 1 year. A comparison group comprised 16 women with no history of recurrent vaginal candidiasis, of similar age range, and recruited from a women's family planning service. METHODS: Both groups were compared on demographic criteria, sexual health histories, mental health, and psychological health characteristics. A purpose designed structured interview was administered alongside a battery of standardised psychometric instruments measuring mood, satisfaction with life, self esteem, and perceived stress. RESULTS: The two groups showed considerable similarities, with no significant differences in demographic characteristics and most sexual health issues. However, women with recurrent vaginal candidiasis were significantly more likely to suffer clinical depression, to be less satisfied with life, to have poorer self esteem, and to perceive their lives as more stressful. Additionally, women with recurrent vaginal candidiasis reported that their candidiasis seriously interfered with their sexual and emotional relationships. CONCLUSIONS: Overall, this study identified many areas of psychological morbidity associated with chronic vaginal candidiasis, and indicates that development of appropriate psychological treatment initiatives in this area is long overdue.  (+info)

Behavioural intervention trials for HIV/STD prevention in schools: are they feasible? (6/4240)

OBJECTIVE: To assess the feasibility of conducting a large randomised controlled trial (RCT) of peer led intervention in schools to reduce the risk of HIV/STD and promote sexual health. METHODS: Four secondary schools in Greater London were randomly assigned to receive peer led intervention (two experimental schools) or to act as control schools. In the experimental schools, trained volunteers aged 16-17 years (year 12) delivered the peer led intervention to 13-14 year old pupils (year 9). In the control schools, year 9 pupils received the usual teacher led sex education. Questionnaire data collected from year 9 pupils at baseline included views on the quality of sex education/intervention received, and knowledge and attitudes about HIV/AIDS and other sexual matters. Focus groups were also conducted with peer educators and year 9 pupils. Data on the process of delivering sex education/intervention and on attitudes to the RCT were collected for each of the schools. Analysis focused on the acceptability of a randomised trial to schools, parents, and pupils. RESULTS: Nearly 500 parents were informed about the research and invited to examine the study questionnaire; only nine raised questions and only one pupil was withdrawn from the study. Questionnaire completion rates were around 90% in all schools. At baseline, the majority of year 9 pupils wanted more information about a wide range of sexual matters. Focus group work indicated considerable enthusiasm for peer led education, among peer educators and year 9 pupils. Class discipline was the most frequently noted problem with the delivery of the peer led intervention. CONCLUSION: Evaluation of a peer led behavioural intervention through an RCT can be acceptable to schools, pupils, and parents and is feasible in practice. In general, pupils who received the peer led intervention responded more positively than those in control schools. A large RCT of the long term (5-7 year) effects of this novel intervention on sexual health outcomes is now under way.  (+info)

Marital and parental satisfaction of married physicians with children. (7/4240)

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate personal and professional factors associated with marital and parental satisfaction of physicians. STUDY DESIGN: Cross-sectional study. PARTICIPANTS: A survey was sent to equal numbers of licensed male and female physicians in a Southern California county. Of 964 delivered questionnaires, 656 (68%) were returned completed. Our sample includes 415 currently married physicians with children, 64% male and 36% female. MEASUREMENTS AND MAIN RESULTS: Ratings of marital and parental satisfaction were measured on a 5-point Likert scale, 5 being extremely satisfied. Prevalence of work and home life factors was also evaluated. The mean score for marital satisfaction was 3.92 (range 1.75-5.0). Approximately half of the physicians reported high levels of marital satisfaction (63% of male physicians and 45% of female physicians). The gender difference disappeared after adjusting for age differences. Two factors were associated with high marital satisfaction: a supportive spouse (odds ratio [OR] 10.37; 95% confidence interval [CI] 2.66, 40.08) and role conflict (OR 0.61; 95% CI 0.42, 0.88). The mean score for parental satisfaction was 3. 43 (range 1.0-5.0), and approximately two thirds of both male and female physicians reported at least moderate levels of parental satisfaction. The major factors associated with parental satisfaction were a supportive spouse (OR 2.24; 95% CI 1.32, 3.80), role conflict (OR 0.35; 95% CI 0.23, 0.53), salaried practice setting (OR 2.14; 95% CI 1.21, 3.81), marriage to a spouse working in a profession (OR 2.14; 95% CI 1.21, 3.81), and marriage to a spouse working as a homemaker (OR 2.33; 95% CI 1.20, 4.56). Number of hours worked was not found to be related to either satisfaction score, but rather to an intervening variable, role conflict. CONCLUSIONS: For physicians with children, our study indicates that minimizing the level of role conflict and having a supportive spouse are associated with higher levels of marital and parental satisfaction. Working in salaried positions and marriage to a spouse who is either working in a profession or who is a stay-at-home parent are also related to high parental satisfaction.  (+info)

Understanding HIV-related risk among persons with a severe and persistent mental illness: insights from qualitative inquiry. (8/4240)

We conducted focus groups with 36 men and women who were receiving treatment for a severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) to learn more about the social context of their intimate relationships and the psychological antecedents of their sexual decision-making. Qualitative analysis of focus group transcripts indicated that a) sexual activity tended to be unplanned and occurred in social networks where HIV risk may be elevated, b) HIV-related knowledge was superficial and insufficient to guide safer sexual behavior, c) participants' HIV risk perception was often based upon factors unrelated to their sexual behaviors, and d) communication skills for HIV risk reduction were poor. We discuss how qualitative methods yielded insights not readily available through quantitative approaches and offer recommendations for HIV risk assessment and prevention among persons with an SPMI.  (+info)

The article below may contain offensive and/or incorrect content.. Ambulatory assessment (e.g., ecological momentary assessment) is now widely used in psychological research, yet key design decisions remain largely informed by methodological lore as opposed to systematic inquiry. The present study experimentally tested whether signal- (e.g., random prompt) and event- (e.g., complete a survey every time a target event occurs) contingent recording procedures of interpersonal behavior and affect in social situations yield equivalent quality and quantity of data. Participants (N = 286) completed baseline questionnaires, underwent cluster randomization to either a signal- or event-contingent condition, and then completed 1 week of ambulatory assessment, during which they answered questions about their social behavior and affect tied to their social interactions. Conditions were compared on response frequency, means and variances of interpersonal behavior and affect, correlations between interpersonal ...
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Hildegard Peplaus Interpersonal Relations in Nursing Theory Innocent A, RN NUR 301-90 Application of Nursing Theory October 10, 2012 Trena S, EdDc, MSN, RN...
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Interpersonal relationships have been shown to be an important component of the psychosocial work environment that may affect health, job satisfaction, and productivity. The question whether interpersonal relationships at work are influenced by other psychosocial working conditions such as demands and control has not been studied. The aim of the present study is to investigate if high work demands and aspects of low work control could predict three indicators of detrimental interpersonal relationships at work. In a representative Swedish cohort study, data were obtained in two waves three years apart from 4049 participants, who did not change their jobs between the waves. These data were analysed by multiple logistic regression analyses. Odds ratios adjusted for possible confounders and negative interpersonal relationships at base-line showed that high demands predicted serious conflict and exclusion by co-workers. Low skill discretion predicted exclusion by co-workers. It is argued that these ...
Schutz was born in Chicago, Illinois.[1] He practiced at the Esalen Institute in the 1960s. He later became the president of BConWSA International. He received his Ph.D. from UCLA. In the 1950s, he was part of the peer-group at the University of Chicagos Counseling Center that included Carl Rogers, Thomas Gordon, Abraham Maslow and Elias Porter. He taught at Tufts University, Harvard University, University of California, Berkeley and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and was chairman of the holistic studies department at Antioch University until 1983. In 1958, Schutz introduced a theory of interpersonal relations he called Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation (FIRO). According to the theory three dimensions of interpersonal relations were deemed to be necessary and sufficient to explain most human interaction: Inclusion, Control and Affection. These dimensions have been used to assess group dynamics. Schutz also created FIRO-B, a measurement instrument with scales that assess ...
This article reports research into associations between students cultural background and their perceptions of their teachers interpersonal behaviour and classroom learning environment. A sample of...
While substantial literature exists on the dimensions of dominance and warmth, few studies have empirically investigated how these constructs relate to observable interpersonal behaviors. One hundred participants provided dispositional ratings using the International Personality Item Pool - Interper.... Full description. ...
9.01 Summarize factors of interpersonal relationships. Concept of human relations and importance to SEM. Human relations Involves getting along with others Teamwork People working together to achieve common goal. Personal traits necessary to enhance interpersonal relations. Friendliness...
The development of interpersonal skills for professional and personal communication. An emphasis on communicating orally, teamwork and presenting effectively. Relevant topics from other courses in the program are used as a basis for further research and presentation. A focus on recognizing personal strengths and the strengths of others to collaborate on a team. Not available for supplemental.
Study Purpose: The purpose of the Relationship Dynamics and Social Life (RDSL) project was to investigate individual personality traits, attitudes and behaviors, social processes, and types of romantic relationships that lead to early and/or unintended pregnancy during the transition to adulthood. Investigators sought to capture dynamic characteristics in many domains of social life that are likely to change rapidly in early adulthood. Study Design: Genesee County, Michigan was selected for the RDSL study due to the significant number of African Americans residing there, and because the area is characterized by significant variation in economic circumstances, allowing the collection of data from poor African Americans, poor Whites, middle-class African Americans, and middle-class Whites within a single geographic area. The research team focused on women aged 18 to 22 because these ages are characterized by the highest rates of unintended pregnancy as well as significant instability and change in ...
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Historically, the concept of race has changed across cultures and eras, and has eventually become less connected with ancestral and familial ties, and more concerned with superficial physical characteristics. In the past, theorists have posited categories of race based on various geographic regions, ethnicities, skin colors, and more. Their labels for racial groups have connoted regions (Mongolia and the Caucus Mountains, for instance) or skin tones (black, white, yellow, and red, for example).. Social science organizations including the American Association of Anthropologists, the American Sociological Association, and the American Psychological Association have all taken an official position rejecting the biological explanations of race. Over time, the typology of race that developed during early racial science has fallen into disuse, and the social construction of race is a more sociological way of understanding racial categories. Research in this school of thought suggests that race is not ...
The nature of written and spoken words are quite different: The spoken word carries the most potent power at the given present moment, allowing for prompt reaction, leading to conversation and thus less room for speculation. The written word inste...
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I went to a counselor once who, more or less, told me I had a case of excessive striving. Not surprisingly, I was oblivious to what she was saying. But as I looked at my life, I realized I lived my day-to-day existence nearly always pushing, prompting, nudging, urging, cajoling, nagging or convincing people to respond […]. ...
Drawing on critical geography literature and the concept of place, this paper analyzes interpersonal problems among learners in three family literacy programs. The findings suggest that interpersonal tensions cannot be reduced to individual factors such as personality. Rather, distinctive spatial and community contexts powerfully shape learners identities and interpersonal relations.
TY - GEN. T1 - Are we symbolically valuable for the customer?. T2 - 9th Nordic workshop on relationship dynamics (NoRD). AU - Norrgrann, Anu. N1 - Conference code: 9. PY - 2016/9/28. Y1 - 2016/9/28. KW - 512 Business and Management. M3 - Conference contribution. BT - Proceedings of Nordic Workshop on Relationship Dynamics (NoRD). Y2 - 28 September 2016 through 29 September 2016. ER - ...
Wikipedia defines Interpersonal Skills as Interpersonal skills refers to mental and communicative algorithms applied during social communications and interactions in order to reach certain effects or results. The term interpersonal skills is used often in business contexts to refer to the measure of a persons ability to operate within business organizations through social communication and interactions. Interpersonal skills is how a person relates to one another. ...
Abstract: School psychologists are trained in various models of problem solving and interviewing however the interpersonal skills that play an integral role in consultation are not uniformly taught to trainees. The primary objective of this study was to examine the added value of an interpersonal skills training program on key outcomes of analogue consultation. Nine school psychology graduate students served as consultant participants and participated in either an interpersonal skills training or control training. The online interpersonal skills training program was based on characteristics of effective consultants and strategies for building healthy relationships. All consultants completed a problem solving training based on stages of behavioral consultation. Thirty undergraduate students served as consultee participants and worked with consultants in a problem solving activity about difficulties faced by college students. The first dependent variable treatment acceptability measured consultee ...
In a recent book, The Handbook of Interpersonal Psychology, the editors state that the interpersonal approach provides a structure for charting both individual differences (style of interaction) and dynamic and transactional aspects of human interaction (Horowitz & Strack, 2011, page xii).. Scholars all over the world largely agree that interpersonal behaviour and styles of interaction can best be charted via the two dimensions of the circumplex, namely Agency and Communion. Moreover, this view converges with that of evolutionary biologists: that is, humans, like all other group-living species, balance between competition (Agency) and collaboration (Communion). This convergence of different scientific domains makes the interpersonal circumplex a highly reliable model. Various authors and scholars also call the interpersonal circumplex an integrative model; it deploys the knowledge of the major directions from psychology and provides a framework to integrate and systematise these insights ...
Biology Assignment Help, First systematic theory in psychiatric nursing, First Systematic Theory in Psychiatric Nursing: Hildegard Peplau, one of the nurse-theorist, published a book on Interpersonal Relations in Nursing (1952) and gave-the introduction of the first systematic theoretical framework for psychiatric n
TY - CHAP. T1 - A Longitudinal Study of the Effects of Variable Pricing on Relationship Trust. AU - McMahon-Beattie, Una. AU - Palmer, A. N1 - Reference text: Butler, J.K. (1991), Toward Understanding and Measuring Conditions of Trust: Evolution of a Conditions of Trust Inventory, Journal of Management, 17 (3), 643-663 Chow, S. and Holden, R. (1997) Toward and Understanding of Loyalty: The Moderating Role of Trust, Journal of Managerial Studies, 9 (3), 275-298 Dwyer, F. Robert, Paul H. Schurr, and Sejo Oh (1987), Developing Buyer-Seller Relationships, Journal of Marketing, 51 (April), 11-27. Fisk R.P., S.W. Brown and M.J. Bitner 1993. Tracking the Evolution of the Services Marketing Literature, Journal of Retailing, 69 (1), 61-103 Ganesan, Shankar (1994), Determinants of Long-Term Orientation in Buyer-Seller Relationships, Journal of Marketing, 58 (April), 1-19. Granovetter, M. (1985), Economic Action and Social Structure: The Problem of Emdeddedness, American Journal of Sociology, ...
The present study examined data collected from a randomized-control trial (RCT) of workplace wellness prevention programs. Data were collected from the Act Healthy program, a group workplace wellness intervention adapted from the Stanford Patient Education Research Center Self-Management programs, and Eye on Health, an individual control intervention based upon a standard disease management model. Path analysis was used to assess for moderation of health outcomes (physical activity and perceived health status) across groups. Measures of self-efficacy, depression, and interpersonal relationships were proposed moderator variables, and it was predicted that participants low in self-efficacy, high in depression, or low in interpersonal relationships would benefit more from the Act Healthy group self-management intervention. Results showed no significant effects for five of the six predicted interactions; the interaction effect for interpersonal relationships on perceived health status was ...
The extent to which social relationships influence cognitive aging is unclear. In this study, we investigated the association of midlife quality of close relationships with subsequent cognitive decline. Participants in the Whitehall II Study (n = 5,873; ages 45-69 years at first cognitive assessment) underwent executive function and memory tests 3 times over a period of 10 years (1997-1999 to 2007-2009). Midlife negative and positive aspects of close relationships were assessed twice using the Close Persons Questionnaire during the 8 years preceding cognitive assessment. Negative aspects of close relationships, but not positive aspects, were associated with accelerated cognitive aging. Participants in the top third of reported negative aspects of close relationships experienced a faster 10-year change in executive function (−0.04 standard deviation, 95% confidence interval: −0.08, −0.01) than those in the bottom third, which was comparable with 1 extra year of cognitive decline for ...
Language: Spanish Tags: interpersonal relations interpersonal attraction Audience: Children Topics: Families and Children Society and Communities Publication Type: Fact Sheet Licenses: Open Government Licence - Alberta ...
An introduction to the study of self, socialization, and social interaction. Interpersonal relations and the structure of social roles; deviance and normality in everyday life.
Banduras concept of triadic reciprocal causation assumes that behavior is learned as a result of a mutual interaction of (1) the person, including cognition and neurophysiologies processes; (2) the environment, including interpersonal relations and socioeconomic conditions; and (3) behavioral factors, including previous experiences with reinforcement. Dysfunctional behavior is no exception. Banduras con cept of dysfunctional behavior lends itself most readily to depressive reactions, phobias, and aggressive behaviors.. Was this article helpful?. ...
By sharing experiences such as book-reading, cooking or pretend play with babies as young as two, parents can help shape their childrens lives for the better.
Objective This longitudinal study aimed to measure precarious employment in the US using a multidimensional indicator.. Methods We used data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (1988-2016) and the Occupational Information Network database to create a longitudinal precarious employment score (PES) among 7568 employed individuals over 18 waves (N=101 290 observations). We identified 13 survey indicators to operationalize 7 dimensions of precarious employment, which we included in our PES (range: 0-7, with 7 indicating the most precarious): material rewards, working-time arrangements, stability, workers rights, collective organization, interpersonal relations, and training. Using generalized estimating equations, we estimated the mean PES and changes over time in the PES overall and by race/ethnicity, gender, education, income, and region.. Results On average, the PES was 3.17 [standard deviation (SD) 1.19], and was higher among women (3.34, SD 1.20), people of color (Hispanics: 3.24, ...
MBA or graduate degree in management, finance or engineering. - Relevant work experience in enterprise technology. - Experience managing teams and leading operational and large cross-company strategic initiatives. - Exceptional skills in interpersonal relations and verbal and written communications. Sound judgment and leadership.. - Ability to work well with key internal and external constituents.. - Ability to interact and influence at the most senior levels of an organization and to work collaboratively across functions, levels, and departments toward shared objectives. - Ability to research a diverse array of topics and condense into presentations.. - Ability to work cooperatively and strategically in a team environment with all levels to integrate resources on a timely and organized basis.. - Ability to think strategically while balancing several complex agendas.. - Demonstrated ability to work in an entrepreneurial environment and interact effectively with a broad range of internal and ...
In a climate of immense societal change, what role, if any, should mediators play when resolving conflicts with competing views of societal norms? What are the techniques and practical skills that will assist us and challenge us to provide a more culturally sensitive and bias-aware mediation process? When we face these issues as mediators, how have changes in commerce, technology, and interpersonal relations affected confidentiality as a cornerstone of mediation? ...
Secrets of my Hollywood life : Paparazzi princess : a novel / by Calonita, Jen. Publication: New York : Little, Brown and Co., 2009 . 296 p. ; 22 cm. Date:2009 Availability: Copies available: (1), Actions: ...
Department of Trainings and Conferences by Abrys sp. z o.o.. The work of the Department of Trainings and Conferences consists in developing fruitful interpersonal relations and showing new possibilities. The aim of undertaken actions is the transfer ...
This group is geared towards young adults (18-29 years old) who have graduated from high school and can use a boost in social navigation during their young adulthood years. Participants who will benefit from this group are those who are able to engage in back-and-forth conversation but may encounter challenges during interpersonal interactions or struggle to cope with complexities of maintaining relationships, developing age-appropriate independence skills, and dealing with a wide range of emotional experiences. Group curriculum is individualized to most effectively address members areas of growth and learning; however, topics that have been previously discussed include engagement in balanced conversation, decoding cues in nonverbal and electronic communication, recognizing personal strengths and difficulties, and distinguishing platonic and romantic relationship characteristics. ...
P-434 Does partner relationship context and adjustment during the transition to parenthood differ according to maternal age and mode of conception? [Abstract]. Human Reproduction 25 (S1) , i283-i284. 10.1093/humrep/de.25.s1.425 ...
What does something like this mean for our culture, if and when it goes mainstream?. Our society is very much adaptable. Ten years ago, we couldnt even fathom smartphones, and Im sure nobody would have predicted how mainstream texting would become, whilst calling is now seen as creepy. What concerns me is what will happen when this new disturbing form of sex becomes the norm around society. Much like how online dating took heat for many years, this will be pushed back and shamed by the whole of society upon first release. Over time though, that shaming will wear out, and if it can withstand that, then it will integrate into our culture much like online dating has. Soon, real-life sex will be seen as inconvenient (much like going to bars to meet someone is portrayed), and platforms such as FriXion will be seen as cool (much like Tinder is).. It means that human interaction, which is already becoming more text based as compared to human interaction, will only continue to be poisoned ...
It appears science is just about to get weirder. It seems tiny brains grown in dishes can reveal the secrets of why we are social. Balls of brain tissue generated from stem cells are enabling scientists to interpret the differences between people who struggle to be sociable and those who have difficulty joining others.
1st Edition Published on October 2, 2019 by Routledge Buildings Used takes the reader on an exploration into the impact of use on buildings and users. While mos
With so much business conducted online, we cant lose sight of the value of building strong relationships through face-to-face interactions.
Regina Willen talks about her research into how enrichment can help the most vulnerable populations of shelter dogs, even with limited time and resources.
In Brazil, 90 tribes have been wiped out due to industrial and agricultural spread into the biome. Most were wiped out by diseases brought by man such as the Europeans to which they had no immunity, for example the common cold. The number of native tribes people in the region as been reduced to less than 250,000 in 2000 from nearly 6 million in the ...
Interpersonal Regulation of Learning and Motivation is the first book in the field to focus on major methodological advances in research on interpersonal regulation of learning and motivation. Interest in developing ways of capturing the dynamics of…
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Capturing the Interpersonal Process of Psychiatric Nurses. T2 - A Model for Engagement. AU - Delaney, Kathleen R.. AU - Shattell, Mona. AU - Johnson, Mary E.. PY - 2017/12/1. Y1 - 2017/12/1. N2 - Staff members engagement with patients is a critical element of inpatient psychiatric care, essential to safety, the hospitalization experience and the development of a culture of care. Currently broad concerns exist around the amount of time inpatient psychiatric nurses expend in patient engagement and the quality of these interactions. In this paper we present a model of engagement that clarifies necessary skills to support the engagement process. The model is based on Peplaus theory of interpersonal relations, patients ideas on healing elements of psychiatric hospitalization and research on inpatient therapeutic relationships. We are currently using this model for a web-based teaching/learning course to cultivate interpersonal engagement, and to explicate how through ...
Abstract. Recent research has investigated the association of relationship factors and dynamics with sexual behaviors and HIV risk among gay male couples. However, few studies with gay male couples have used the Actor-Partner Interdependence Model framework to examine whether factors influence an individual and his partners sexual risk behaviors. None of these studies analyzed whether relationship factors had influenced the sexual risk behaviors of both partners within the couple. Our cross-sectional study used dyadic data from 142 gay male couples to assess actor-partner effects of relationship commitment, trust, and investment in ones sexual agreement for HIV risk. Multilevel modeling was used to examine which actor-partner effects of these factors were predictive of individuals and their partners having had UAI within and outside the relationship. Results indicated that participants likelihood of having had UAI within and outside of the relationship significantly decreased with: (1) actor ...
Analyze precursors and consequences of human interaction in terms of social psychology concepts. Explore basic concepts of human interaction from a social psychological.
The Interpersonal Needs Questionnaire (INQ) for assessing thwarted belongingness (TB) and perceived burdensomeness (PB) has not been validated with community adolescents. We translated and administered the INQ to 307 Slovenian adolescents twice over 2-3 months and found that the 15-item version (INQ-15) did not fit without modification. TB and PB scales correlated with concurrent and later suicide ideation and lifetime suicide attempt history. The latent PB factor was associated with concurrent and later ideation controlling for TB, age, gender, depressive symptoms, binge drinking, and peer victimization. Suicide ideation and binge drinking were independently related to attempt history. Assessing and intervening on PB and binge drinking may be promising approaches to suicide prevention with community adolescents.
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Today, the study of intimate relationships uses participants from diverse groups and examines a wide variety of topics that include family relations, friendships, and romantic relationships, usually over a long period.[1] Current study includes both positive and negative or unpleasant aspects of relationships. Research being conducted by John Gottman (2010) and his colleagues involves inviting married couples into a pleasant setting, in which they revisit the disagreement that caused their last argument. Although the participants are aware that they are being videotaped, they soon become so absorbed in their own interaction that they forget they are being recorded.[1] With the second-by-second analysis of observable reactions as well as emotional ones, Gottman is able to predict with 93% accuracy the fate of the couples relationship.[1] Another current area of research into intimate relationships is conducted by Terri Orbuch and Joseph Veroff (2002). They monitor newlywed couples using ...
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Compensation is a kind of pro-social behavior that can restore a social relationship jeopardized by interpersonal transgression. The effectiveness of a certain compensation strategy (e.g., repaying money, sharing loss, etc.) may vary as a function of the social norm/relationship. Previous studies have shown that two types of norms (or relationships), monetary/exchange and social/communal, differentially characterize peoples appraisal of and response to social exchanges. In this study, we investigated how individual differences in preference for these norms affect individuals perception of others as well as the selection of their own reciprocal behaviors. In a two-phase experiment with interpersonal transgression, we asked the participant to perform a dot-estimation task with two partners who occasionally and unintentionally inflict noise stimulation upon the participant (first phase). As compensation one partner give money to the participant 80% of the time (the monetary partner) and the other bear
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Course work provides students with an overview of the biological bases of behavior, learning, thinking, motivation and emotion, perception, human development and social behavior. You will gain experience in research design, data collection and statistical analysis of empirical data that answers real questions about behavior. Your course of study will apply these principles to disciplines such as education, personal adjustment and interpersonal relations. You will also learn how to use experimentation and data analysis to conduct research and broaden your understanding of the various causes of human behavior.. Research is a significant component of our program, and youll have numerous opportunities to assist a faculty members research efforts or complete an independent project under guidance of a faculty member. In addition, many Calhoun Honors College students complete an undergraduate thesis. Obtaining research experience is highly recommended for anyone who wants to continue on to graduate ...
We here at Return of Kings are not average; we strive to be above average. We work to mold the world to our will and improve ourselves. We may not be able to change society as a whole, but we can change how we adapt to society. We can educate ourselves in the ways of social interaction so we can have control over our interpersonal relations for the purpose of women and jobs. We learn the benefits of health so we can live life to the fullest. We work hard for money so we can have more freedom. Some of us may have children and some of us may have wives, but we will all leave a legacy in the man we have built ourselves into.. Self-improvement may be masturbation, but it allows us freedoms which we would never have. Self-destruction on the other hand is the way many people lead their lives.. A recent source of entertainment over at the forum is that of a young woman who angrily asked Roosh to remove a photo of her from his most recent and controversial post. Instead of asking nicely - or in the very ...
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Abstract: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is characterized by impaired social interaction and communication. Skill deficits are most noticeable in social behavior and these deficits may be related to atypical responsiveness to social stimuli. The current study sought to examine how individuals with an ASD allocated their behavior in the presence of others pre and post social exchange training and to evaluate the qualitative changes in social behavior following training. One adult and three children with an ASD participated. Relative preference for social interaction and the qualitative state of social engagement during social interaction were measured. Participants then received training to initiate and sustain a social exchange. Prompting and reinforcement, in the form of preferred social consequences, were provided. Following social exchange training, the results suggested an increased preference for social interaction for some participants and a qualitatively richer state of social engagement ...
The present study examined the unique impact of perceived negativity in multiple social relationships on endocrine and inflammatory responses to a laboratory stressor. Via hierarchical cluster analysis, those who reported negative social exchanges across relationships with a romantic partner, family, and their closest friend had higher mean IL-6 across time and a greater increase in TNF-α from 15 min to 75 min post stress. Those who reported negative social exchanges across relationships with roommates, family, and their closest friend showed greater IL-6 responses to stress. Differences in mean IL-6 were accounted for by either depressed mood or hostility, whereas differences in the cytokine stress responses remained significant after controlling for those factors. Overall, this research provides preliminary evidence to suggest that having multiple negative relationships may exacerbate acute inflammatory responses to a laboratory stressor independent of hostility and depressed mood ...
The present study examined the unique impact of perceived negativity in multiple social relationships on endocrine and inflammatory responses to a laboratory stressor. Via hierarchical cluster analysis, those who reported negative social exchanges across relationships with a romantic partner, family, and their closest friend had higher mean IL-6 across time and a greater increase in TNF-α from 15 min to 75 min post stress. Those who reported negative social exchanges across relationships with roommates, family, and their closest friend showed greater IL-6 responses to stress. Differences in mean IL-6 were accounted for by either depressed mood or hostility, whereas differences in the cytokine stress responses remained significant after controlling for those factors. Overall, this research provides preliminary evidence to suggest that having multiple negative relationships may exacerbate acute inflammatory responses to a laboratory stressor independent of hostility and depressed mood ...
A letter from one of the novices:. IT DOES NOT SEEM REAL … It does not seem real … and yet we have come to the end of this wonderful experience of full immersion in the great Passionist family. This years novitiate, here on Monte Argentario, the cradle of our Congregation, was for all of us, the six novices (Marcelo, John Marino, Alberto, and Salvatore Ippolito) was really a year of grace, a year that was marked strongly with the experience of our formation journey, maturing thus our choice of a life of Consecration. We have been enriched on the spiritual plane, deepening and strengthening our personal relationship with the Lord who calls us to a great mission; on the community level, to live in good interpersonal relations among us novices and the religious community; on the intellectual level, with careful study and profound impact on the life and spirituality of our Founder St. Paul of the Cross, and consequently the whole history of our Congregation. At the end of every experience, ...
Scholarship for graduate students enrolled full-time at Michigan State University Colleges of Human Medicine, Education, Nursing, Osteopathic Medicine, or Social Science. Students must have an interest in the study of interpersonal relations and participate in research activities. Deadlines and award amounts may vary.. ...
The Survey on Language Uses of the Population (EULP) is a set of official statistics of which there have already been three previous editions, those of 2003, 2008 and 2013. These are periodical statistics, the bodies responsible for which are the Ministry of Culture, by means of the General Direction of Linguistic Policy, and Idescat. The main objective of the EULP is to obtain an estimate of language uses in interpersonal relations in Catalonia, and in different areas of use.. The survey will be administered to people aged 15 and over who were included in Catalonias Municipal Population Register as of 1st January 2013.. Unavailable information is represented using the symbol :. When the value is lower than that of the minimum unit to be able to estimate the statistical operation or if it effects statistical confidentiality, the symbol used is .... ...
Harry Stack Sullivan (February 21, 1892, Norwich, New York January 14, 1949, Paris, France) was an American Neo-Freudian psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who held that the personality lives in, and has his or her being in, a complex of interpersonal relations. Having studied therapists…
Habitual, repeated, rapid contraction of certain muscles, resulting in stereotyped individualized actions that can be voluntarily suppressed for only brief periods. they often involve the face, vocal cords, neck, and less often the extremities. examples include repetitive throat clearing, vocalizations, sniffing, pursing the lips, and excessive blinking. tics tend to be aggravated by emotional stress. when frequent they may interfere with speech and interpersonal relations. conditions which feature frequent and prominent tics as a primary manifestation of disease are referred to as tic disorders. (from adams et al., principles of neurology, 6th ed, pp109-10).. ...
Habitual, repeated, rapid contraction of certain muscles, resulting in stereotyped individualized actions that can be voluntarily suppressed for only brief periods. they often involve the face, vocal cords, neck, and less often the extremities. examples include repetitive throat clearing, vocalizations, sniffing, pursing the lips, and excessive blinking. tics tend to be aggravated by emotional stress. when frequent they may interfere with speech and interpersonal relations. conditions which feature frequent and prominent tics as a primary manifestation of disease are referred to as tic disorders. (from adams et al., principles of neurology, 6th ed, pp109-10).. ...
Trust, both interpersonal trust, and trust in institutions, is a key ingredient of growth, societal well-being and governance. As a first step to improving existing measures of trust, the OECD Guidelines on Measuring Trust provide international recommendations on collecting, publishing, and analysing trust data to encourage their use by National Statistical Offices (NSOs). The Guidelines also outline why measures of trust are relevant for monitoring and policy making, and why NSOs have a critical role in enhancing the usefulness of existing trust measures. Besides looking at the statistical quality of trust measures, best approaches for measuring trust in a reliable and consistent way and guidance for reporting, interpretation and analysis are provided. A number of prototype survey modules that national and international agencies can use in their household surveys are included.. These Guidelines have been produced as part of the OECD Better Life Initiative, a pioneering project launched in 2011, ...
Diamonds research focuses on two distinct but related areas -- the nature and development of affectional bonds and the nature and development of same-sex sexuality. The common thread uniting these lines of research is my interest in the psychological and biobehavioral processes underlying intimate relationships and their influence on emotional experience and functioning over the life course. Her primary research questions are as follows: (1) what are the basic psychological and biobehavioral processes underlying the formation and functioning of affectional bonds; (2) how are these processes related to sexual desire and sexual orientation; (3) what are the implications of affectional bonding for mental and physical well-being at different stages of life? In addressing these questions, she uses a diverse range of research methods, including in-depth qualitative interviews, controlled social-psychophysiological experiments, and assessment of naturalistic interpersonal behavior.
Amanda L. Brewster is an Associate Research Scientist in the Department of Health Policy and Management at Yale School of Public Health. Her research examines how management and inter-organizational relationships influence the performance of health care organizations. Her recent work focuses on identifying effective strategies for health care and social services to work together to address both medical and social determinants of health. She is currently leading a study that compares collaboration between health care and social services organizations in U.S. communities with higher and lower levels of avoidable health care utilization and costs for older adults, using both qualitative and quantitative methods. In another project she is drawing on unique, nationwide survey data to examine partnerships between Area Agencies on Aging, health care organizations, and other social services for older adults. In addition to her research on relationships between health care and social services ...
Replacing these service-centric jobs with AI is an expensive proposition and requires scores of experiments to successfully replicate spontaneous human interactions and emotional intelligence-a risky profit gamble. Eatsa, a fully automated restaurant chain, provides critical lessons. The company recently announced its decision to close some locations in response to customers general reluctance to substitute emotionless machines for human interaction. Research by McKinsey & Company contextualizes Eatsas experience, finding that the degree to which AI is disruptive to an occupation depends on the underlying functional work activities as well as the cost and feasibility of automating the job function.. A growing number of companies have successfully substituted workers with artificial intelligence technology. The important nuance to take note of here is that highly skilled workers were the primary victims of this trend-not low-skilled ones. For example, between 2011 and 2017, Goldman Sachs ...
Long-term sustained success for any public entity requires the keen, experienced, and anticipatory eye of leaders who understand risk management. In some public entities the risk management hat is worn by a risk management professional, while in many others it is a hat worn by many. Regardless of where this important function resides, a critical aspect of the responsibility is the ability to effectively communicate with the key decision makers often referred to as the Executive Suite. This scenario comes with a variety of challenges.. Participants in this session will understand the value of their Human Interaction Toolbelt™* to successfully discharge their duties with every level of the organization, including the Executive Suite. The many tools found on the Human Interaction Toolbelt™ allow all employees to successfully influence an organization for good. Moreover, participants in this session will leave with a very specific new tool we call a Wedge Remover™* that is useful for both ...
Describe how Jungs psychodynamic theories affect individual personalities. Please also examine how psychodynamic theories influence interpersonal.
Description: Implicit bias is an unconscious pattern of thought that can disadvantage people of color and people from other marginalized groups. How does it affect health care?. In this video, Anurag Gupta, founder and CEO of Be More America, an organization that trains health care providers on how to overcome bias, explains the impact of implicit bias in health care - on interpersonal interactions, organizational dynamics, and health care costs.. Discussion Questions: ...
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The Socio-Ecological Model emphasizes the interaction between and interdependence of factors within and across all levels of a health problem as well as peoples interactions with their environments. Behavior both affects and is affected by multiple levels of influence: (1) intrapersonal or individual factors; (2) interpersonal factors; (3) institutional or organizational factors; (4) community factors; and (5) public policy factors. Thus to effectively promote and sustain behavior change, these mutliple levels of influence must be addressed.. ...
Experienced runners completed a Thoughts During Running Scale (TORS) immediately after a typical training run to assess the prevalence of certain thoughts during running. The Profile of Mood States (POMS) was also completed before and after the run. Confirmatory factor analyses revealed that a five-factor model provided better fit than simpler models. Items concerning the demands of the running activity and the monitoring of body responses loaded on one associative factor. The four nonassociative factors in this model were labeled Daily Events, Interpersonal Relationships, External Surroundings, and Spiritual Reflection. Correlational analyses indicated small but significant relationships between the TDRS dimensions and changes in mood. Increases in vigor were correlated with the tendency to engage in nonassociative thought, and decreases in tension and anxiety were found among those who thought about interpersonal relationships during the run. These results supplement findings on the ...
Experienced runners completed a Thoughts During Running Scale (TORS) immediately after a typical training run to assess the prevalence of certain thoughts during running. The Profile of Mood States (POMS) was also completed before and after the run. Confirmatory factor analyses revealed that a five-factor model provided better fit than simpler models. Items concerning the demands of the running activity and the monitoring of body responses loaded on one associative factor. The four nonassociative factors in this model were labeled Daily Events, Interpersonal Relationships, External Surroundings, and Spiritual Reflection. Correlational analyses indicated small but significant relationships between the TDRS dimensions and changes in mood. Increases in vigor were correlated with the tendency to engage in nonassociative thought, and decreases in tension and anxiety were found among those who thought about interpersonal relationships during the run. These results supplement findings on the ...
Interpersonal relations[edit]. Whether the self-serving bias is exhibited may depend on interpersonal closeness, relationships ... This finding combined with what is known about the self-serving bias in interpersonal relations indicates that consumers that ... Studies have shown that similar attributions are made in various situations, such as the workplace,[4] interpersonal ... Results showed that the self-serving bias was present in negative outcomes, and that greater interpersonal distance from group ...
Her book, Interpersonal Relations in Nursing, was completed in 1948. Publication took four additional years, mainly because ... Belcher, J. R., & Brittain-Fish, L. J., (2002). Interpersonal Relations in Nursing: Hildegard E. Peplau. In J. George (Ed.), ... She created the middle-range nursing theory of interpersonal relations, which helped to revolutionize the scholarly work of ... Peplau, H. E. (1991). Interpersonal relations in nursing: A conceptual frame of reference for psychodynamic nursing. New York: ...
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"Interpersonal Communication and Relations , Cognitive Dissonance theory". Universiteit Twente. Archived from the original on ... These are each positioned at one vertex of a triangle and share two relations: Unit relations - things and people that belong ... Sentiment relations - evaluations of people and things (liking, disliking) Under balance theory, human beings seek a balanced ... Alternatively, consumers might change attitude, such as re-evaluating price in relation to external reference-prices or ...
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Interpersonal relationsEdit. Agreeableness is an asset in situations that require getting along with others. Compared to ... Jensen-Campbell L. A.; Graziano W. G. (2001). "Agreeableness as a moderator of interpersonal conflict". Journal of Personality ... Graziano W.G.; Jensen-Campbell L.A.; Hair E. C. (1996). "Perceiving interpersonal conflict and reacting to it: The case for ... Individuals who score high on this facet tend to regain their trust and re-establish friendly relations by forgiving the ...
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Fritz., Heider (2015). The psychology of interpersonal relations. Mansfield: Martino Publ. ISBN 9781614277958. OCLC 1033711840 ... and rationality of actions in relation to their goal to produce the most efficient action available. Cognitive scientists and ...
From the book The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations (1958), Fritz Heider tried to explore the nature of interpersonal ... F (1958). The psychology of interpersonal relations. New York: Wiley. ISBN 9780898592825. Hyland, Ruth; Cooper, Merri-Ann (June ... Graham; Folkes (1990). Attribution Theory: Applications to Achievement, Mental Health, and Interpersonal Conflict. Lawrence ... Heider first introduced the concept of perceived locus of causality using it to define interpersonal perception of one's ...
The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations was written in collaboration with the uncredited Beatrice Wright, a founder of ... The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations pioneered attribution theory. A giant of social psychology, Heider had few students, ... The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations illuminates a sophisticated approach toward naive or common-sense psychology. In The ... Heider, F. (1958). The psychology of interpersonal relations. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Heider, F. (1983). The life of a ...
PMID 19718035.CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link) Richmond, Virginia (2008). Nonverbal Behavior in Interpersonal Relations ... Hall described the interpersonal distances of man (the relative distances between people) in four distinct zones: (1) intimate ... Males typically use more personal space than females, and personal space has a positive relation to age (people use more as ... The theory of proxemics is often considered in relation to the impact of technology on human relationships. While physical ...
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This interest was instigated by Fritz Heider's (1958) book, The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations, and the research in its ... Heider, Fritz (1958). The psychology of interpersonal relations. New York: Wiley. Jones, Edward; Nisbett, Richard (1971). The ... Forgas, Joseph P.; Williams, Kipling D. (2002). The Social Self: Cognitive, Interpersonal, and Intergroup Perspectives. pp. 189 ... in relation to space or mentality, can further enable actor-observer asymmetry. Participants were tested on how they viewed the ...
The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations. John Wiley & Sons. Paul W. Holland & Samuel Leinhardt (editors) (1979) Perspectives ... "sentiment relations", and identify the formal balance notion with the psychological idea of balance or structural tension. .. ... if it is to take into account the degree of intensity of interpersonal relationships. But in fact it then seems hardly possible ... Human Relations 20:181-7 Claude Flament (1979) "Independent generalizations of balance", in Perspectives on Social Network ...
Heider, F. (13 May 2013). The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations. Psychology Press. p. 157. ISBN 978-1134922185. Standley, ... Public relations agencies have begun to play a growing role in news creation. "41 percent of press articles and 52 percent of ... "Longitudinal relations between children's exposure to TV violence and their aggressive and violent behavior in young adulthood ... The focus was on the effect of computer-mediated communication (CMC) in interpersonal and group interaction. Early research ...
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Heider, Fritz (1958). The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Yeh, Yu-chu; Chang, Han-Lin; Chen ... Matsushima, R.; Shiomi, K. (2003). "Social self-efficacy and interpersonal stress in adolescence". Social Behavior and ... Bong, M. (1997). Congruence of measurement specificity on relations between academic self-efficacy, effort, and achievement ... confidence in her/his ability to engage in the social interactional tasks necessary to initiate and maintain interpersonal ...
Heider, F. (1958). The psychology of interpersonal relations. New York: Wiley. Kelley, Harold H. (1973). "The processes of ... The third stage is part of the conventional morality level and is called interpersonal relationships. In this stage one tries ... and its relation to action. His data suggested that people think of intentionality of an action in terms of several ... In order to account for laypeople's understanding and use of causal relations between psychological variables, Sloman, Fernbach ...
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Psychologist Fritz Heider first discussed attributions in his 1958 book, The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations. Heider made ... The psychology of interpersonal relations. New York: Wiley. p. 322. Kelley, H.H. (1967). Attribution theory in social ... Attribution biases in intergroup relations are observed as early as childhood. In particular, elementary school students are ... Engaging Theories in Interpersonal Communication: Multiple Perspectives. pp. 37-50. doi:10.4135/9781483329529.n3. ISBN ...
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Meacham, J. A. (1988). Interpersonal relations and prospective remembering. In M. M. Gruneberg, P. Morris, and R. N. Sykes (Eds ... Meacham, J. A., & Emont, N. C. (1989). The interpersonal basis of everyday problem solving. In J. D. Sinnott (Ed.), Problem ...
Heider, Fritz (1958). The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. doi:10.1037/10628-000. Seligman, M. ... "The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations", which pioneered attribution theory. This theory explains the importance of how ... In functional analysis, the purpose of the behavior is emphasized in relation to the individual and their environment, i.e. if ... An integration of behavioral and confirmation and interpersonal perspectives". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 74 ...
... another enacts social relations (interpersonal relations); and a third weaves together these two functions to create text ( ... at the same time that it is the means for creating and maintaining our interpersonal relations. These motifs are two modes of ... In systems thinking, any delineated object of study is defined by its relations to other units postulated by the theory. In ... All of these resources are, in turn, "predicated on the vector of instantiation", defined as "the relation between an instance ...
Group Processes & Interpersonal Relations, 173-187. Mead, G. H. (1934). Mind, self and society. Chicago: University of Chicago ... 1994). The juncture of intrapersonal and interpersonal knowledge: Self-certainty and interpersonal congruence. Personality and ... Brockner, J. (1985). The relation of trait self-esteem and positive inequity to productivity. Journal of Personality, 53: 517- ... Jones, S. C. (1973). Self and interpersonal evaluations: Esteem theories versus consistency theories. Psychological Bulletin, ...
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Raghuvanshi, Alka (19 April 2018). "Art camps nurture artists' interpersonal relations". The Asian Age. Service, Tribune News ...
Human Relations, 14, 3-38. doi:10.1177/001872675100400101 *^ Kornhauser, A. (1965). Mental health of the industrial worker. New ... potentially leading to problems with others by interfering with interpersonal relationships. Indirect effects also play a role ... Human Relations, 42, 993-1013. doi:10.1177/001872678904201103 *^ Kidd, P., Scharf, T., & Veazie, M. (1996). Linking stress and ... The relation of adverse working conditions to psychological distress is thus an important avenue of research. Job satisfaction ...
Object relations psychotherapy. *Orthodox psychotherapy. PEdit. *Parent-child interaction therapy. *Parent management training ... Interpersonal psychoanalysis. *Interpersonal psychotherapy. *Interpersonal reconstructive therapy. JEdit. *Journal therapy. * ...
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SRM is inherently cross-functional, and requires a good combination of commercial, technical and interpersonal skills. These " ... influencing and managing change are critical to developing strong and trusting working relations. ...
The core competencies most conducive to simulation-based training are patient care, interpersonal skills, and systems based ... participants are made aware of the facilitator's own point of view in relation to the question being posed. Note that the use ... such as the following in relation to debriefing in healthcare simulations, described by Cheng et al. (2014): "...a discussion ...
In 1958, Schutz introduced a theory of interpersonal relations he called Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation (FIRO ... According to the theory three dimensions of interpersonal relations were deemed to be necessary and sufficient to explain most ... FIRO: A Three-Dimensional Theory of Interpersonal Behavior. New York, NY: Rinehart (1958) ...
Jewish-Christian relations[edit]. The relations of Jews and Christians were fraught with tensions about the death of Jesus and ... nothing about Christian mob violence against Jews or even common interpersonal; violence between individual Christians and Jews ... a b Jonathan M. Elukin, Living Together, Living Apart: Rethinking Jewish-Christian Relations in the Middle Ages (Princeton, NJ ... Elukin, Jonathan (2007). Living Together Living Apart: Rethinking Jewish-Christian Relations in the Middle Ages. Princeton: ...
... "the origin of friendly relations with others lies in our relations to ourselves,"[52] he concluded that though we are not bound ... Interpersonal relationships. *Virtue. Hidden categories: *All articles with dead external links. *Articles with dead external ... Anger spoils good relations, pride destroys humility, deceit destroys peace and greed destroys everything. Jainism recommends ... signal of ability and research has found that good hunters have higher reproductive success and more adulterous relations even ...
... does the MBTI predict specific outcomes related to interpersonal relations or career success/job performance?)."[46] The ...
The senpai-kōhai relation is a cornerstone in interpersonal relations within the Japanese business world; for example, at ... This relation is similar to the interpersonal relation between tutor and tutored in Eastern culture, but differs in that the ... The senpai-kōhai relation is a vertical hierarchy (like a father-son relation) that emphasizes respect for authority, for the ... Davies, Roger J.; Ikeno, Osamu (2002). "Sempai-Kōhai: Seniority Rules in Japanese Relations". The Japanese Mind: Understanding ...
This is because a follower's interpersonal identification with his or her leader links leader and follower outcomes (in this ... Campion, M. A., Medsker, G. J., & Higgs, A. C. (1993). Relations between work group characteristics and effectiveness: ... Kernis, M.H., & Goldman, B.M. (2005). From thought and experience to behavior and interpersonal relationships: A multicomponent ...
... and competitiveness fully mediate the relation between gender and anxiety. That is, though gender differences in anxiety exist ... "Psychological and Interpersonal Dimensions of Sexual Function and Dysfunction". The Journal of Sexual Medicine. 13 (4): 538- ... Depending on the nature of the antecedent relations, cognitions, and situational factors, intergroup contact may be stressful ...
Sherif blames reductionism, where the phenomena of groups was reduced to interpersonal reaction and ahistoricalism which ... and director of the Institute of Group Relations, which he founded in 1952. This was the peak of his scholarly activity that ...
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Object relationsEdit. Whereas Freud saw megalomania as an obstacle to psychoanalysis, in the second half of the 20th century, ... Critics said it focuses overly on "the narcissistic individual's external, symptomatic, or social interpersonal patterns-at the ... Relationship therapy stresses the importance of learning and applying four basic interpersonal skills: "...effective expression ... object relations theory, both in the United States and among British Kleinians, set about revaluing megalomania as a defence ...
Certain symptoms of autism spectrum disorders can interfere with the formation of interpersonal relations, such as a preference ... Selman, R.L. (1980). The Growth of Interpersonal Understanding: Developmental and Clinical Analyses. Academic Press: New York. ... Friendship is a relationship of mutual affection between people.[1] It is a stronger form of interpersonal bond than an ... In general, female-female friendship interactions among children tend to be more focused on interpersonal connections and ...
The Senpai acts at the same time as a friend.[2][4] This relation is similar to the interpersonal relation between tutor and ... The senpai-kōhai relation is a cornerstone in interpersonal relations within the Japanese business world; for example, at ... The senpai-kōhai relation is a vertical hierarchy (like a father-son relation) that emphasizes respect for authority, for the ... Davies, Roger J.; Ikeno, Osamu (2002). "Sempai-Kōhai: Seniority Rules in Japanese Relations". The Japanese Mind: Understanding ...
The physiological approach appears to support findings of memory loss in relation to amnesiacs and others who have experienced ... Barrett, D (1983). "Early Recollections as Predictors of Self Disclosure and Interpersonal Style". Journal of Individual ... Its Psychology and Its Relations to Physiology, Anthropology, Sociology, Sex, Crime, Religion and Education.[12] In 1910, ...
The interpersonal concept[edit]. Early hominids seem to have started with incipient ideas of wealth,[citation needed] similar ... The social capital of entire societies was often defined in terms of its relation to infrastructural capital (e.g. castles or ... The term implies a social contract on establishing and maintaining ownership in relation to such items which can be invoked ... "wealth in human relations"; land and labour were the source of all material wealth. The German cultural historian Silvio Vietta ...
Family Relations, 415-427. *^ Fow, Neil Robert (1996). "The Phenomenology of Forgiveness and Reconciliation". Journal of ... Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 20 (4): 448-454. doi:10.1177/0886260504267755. PMID 15722500. S2CID 22219265.. ... Wilson, T.; Milosevic, A.; Carroll, M.; Hart, K.; Hibbard, S. (2008). "Physical Health Status in Relation to Self-Forgiveness ... Efforts to facilitate forgiveness may be premature immediately after an interpersonal injury,[25] if not harmful.[34] ...
... offer comfort and support and to help them gain a better understanding of their issues and develop a problem-solving relation ... which include adaptability and healthy interpersonal relationships.[21] ...
Migrant networks are "sets of interpersonal ties that connect migrants, former migrants, and non-immigrants" [68] through the ... Foreign relations. *National People's Congress *Standing Committee. *National security. *Political parties and movements * ...
They are associated with a callous-manipulative interpersonal style.[9] *Narcissism is characterized by grandiosity, pride, ... "Malignant Narcissism in Relation to Clinical Change in Borderline Personality Disorder: An Exploratory Study". Psychopathology ... Leonard M. Horowitz; Stephen Strack, Ph.D. (14 October 2010). Handbook of Interpersonal Psychology: Theory, Research, ... For example, researchers have noted that all three traits share characteristics such as a lack of empathy,[16] interpersonal ...
Valiente, C.; Fabes, R.A.; Eisenberg, N.; Spinrad, T.L. (2004). "The relations of parental expressivity and support to ... Niven, K.; Totterdell, P.; Holman, D. (2009). "A classification of controlled interpersonal affect regulation strategies". ... Eisenberg, N.; Zhou, Q.; Koller, S. (2001). "Brazilian adolescents' prosocial moral judgement and behaviour: Relations to ... In particular, the significance of interpersonal outcomes increases for adolescents. When regulating their emotions, ...
In interpersonal relations, an individual who can't get to first base with another person is unable to achieve some initial ...
Lyons-Ruth, for example, found that 'for each additional withdrawing behavior displayed by mothers in relation to their ... Interpersonal relationships. *Human development. *Attachment theory. *Adoption, fostering, orphan care and displacement ...
... especially in relation to change and health outcomes.[4] ... "Social trust, interpersonal trust and self-rated health in ...
... "the origin of friendly relations with others lies in our relations to ourselves,"[48] he concluded that though we are not bound ... Interpersonal relationships. *Virtue. Hidden categories: *All articles with dead external links. *Articles with dead external ... Ashlag focused on society and its relation to divinity.[57] Sikhism[edit]. Altruism is essential to the Sikh religion. The ... Anger spoils good relations, pride destroys humility, deceit destroys peace and greed destroys everything. Jainism recommends ...
LaForge, R.; Suzcek, R.F. (1955): 'The Interpersonal Dimension of Personality: III. An Interpersonal Check List' in Journal of ... personal relations masculinity De Guilford-Zimmerman Temperament Survey (GZTS) werd in 1949 ontwikkeld door Joy Paul Guilford ... interpersonal involvement level of socialization self-control emotional stability independent Digman (1988)[47] extraversion ... Leary, T.F. (1957): Interpersonal Diagnosis of Personality. A functional theory and methodology for personality evaluation, ...
Dement, W.; Kleitman, N. (1957). "The Relation of Eye Movements during Sleep to Dream Activity". Journal of Experimental ... According to the Threat Simulation Theory he proposes, during much of human evolution physical and interpersonal threats were ... and their Relation to Hypnotizability in Barrett, D. L. (Ed.) Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy, (2 vol.): Vol. 1: History, theory and ... with attention to problems in bodily function and social relations. The book illustrates how dreams show our most compelling ...
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  • Heider's 1958 book The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations is a theoretical masterpiece that laid the foundations for much of contemporary social psychology. (newworldencyclopedia.org)
  • In Kansas, he continued the research he began at Smith, in 1958 publishing his most famous work, The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations , which remains his most significant contribution to the field of social psychology . (newworldencyclopedia.org)
  • There are countless theories which exist regarding patient care including Hildegard Peplau's interpersonal relations theory. (bartleby.com)
  • impact on individuals' interpersonal relations as it has changed the form of communication utilised in such relationships. (bartleby.com)
  • Interpersonal relations are the conflicts, different working situations like flex-time and online, team building, development of effective working relationships and management of impersonal relations. (bartleby.com)
  • The importance of Interpersonal relations in the work set-up The importance of Interpersonal Relationships is that they create better communication and better understanding among co-workers in the workplace. (bartleby.com)
  • Although the quality of interpersonal relationships alone is not enough to produce worker productivity, it can significantly contribute to it. (berkeley.edu)
  • The author examines the subtle dynamics of power in interpersonal relationships as well as its overarching influence in large institutions such as governments, nations, and the financial centers of our global economy. (isbn.nu)
  • Thus, we present an analysis of interpersonal relationships in English reciprocal contexts. (videolectures.net)
  • At a larger level, we automatically generate {\em chains of causal relations} between verbs indicating interpersonal relationships. (videolectures.net)
  • Your interpersonal relations, on the other hand, are the actual relationships you have in your workplace. (chron.com)
  • Interpersonal relations are the specific relationships formed between people in the workplace. (chron.com)
  • Even the most basic interpersonal skills -- smiling often, looking others in the eye and speaking clearly, for example -- can enhance your professional relationships. (chron.com)
  • However, the database of entities does not give an overview of any interpersonal relationships that may exist. (google.com)
  • Indeed some of the authors' comments on interpersonal relationships, i.e. transference - counter-transference , might well be taken to heart by all analysts. (pep-web.org)
  • Energy can be either positive or negative in terms of how we deal with interpersonal relationships. (bns-33.com)
  • Higher scores on self-control correlated with a higher grade point average, better adjustment (fewer reports of psychopathology, higher self-esteem), less binge eating and alcohol abuse, better relationships and interpersonal skills, secure attachment, and more optimal emotional responses. (nih.gov)
  • Interpersonal relationships are being developed between people who are in a community. (vima-asklipiou.gr)
  • Peplau's Theory of Interpersonal Relations Ashlee Martin Olivet Nazarene University Theoretical and Professional Foundations of Nursing NRSG 653 Lanette Anderson June 7, 2013 Abstract The use of Peplau's Theory of Interpersonal relations was examined to determine the effectiveness of its use in practice. (antiessays.com)
  • Nursing Paper on Peplau's Theory of Interpersonal. (educationindex.com)
  • The concept Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Fiction represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Bates College . (bates.edu)
  • The concept Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Drama represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Calgary Public Library . (calgarylibrary.ca)
  • Search Results for Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Russia -- Drama -- Video recordings. (utah.gov)
  • Schutz himself discussed the impact of extreme behavior in the areas of inclusion, control, and openness as indicated by scores on the FIRO-B (and the later Element-B). For each area of interpersonal need the following three types of behavior would be evident: (1) deficient, (2) excessive, and (3) ideal. (wikipedia.org)
  • One"s self-concept affects one"s perception, attitude and behavior, which can be demonstrated during the process of interpersonal communication. (artscolumbia.org)
  • FIRO ® is a comprehensive and widely-used theory of interpersonal relations created by Will Schutz, Ph.D. Introduced in 1958 in the book FIRO: A Three-Dimensional Theory of Interpersonal Behavior . (thehumanelement.com)
  • Increased self-awareness improves understanding of why people behave in the way that they do, how they interact, and the relation between behavior and consequences in the work environment. (thehumanelement.com)
  • Nonverbal Behavior in Interpersonal Relations offers a complete and precise explanation of the principles of nonverbal communication and their application in everyday life. (textbooks.com)
  • In this chapter, we will examine various aspects of power and politics in organizations, beginning with the topic of power in interpersonal relations. (opentextbc.ca)
  • Interpersonal Skills Dr. Patricia Wheeler describes the importance of interpersonal skills in Healthcare Executive saying: "Emotional intelligence significantly impacts leadership success-and the bottom line. (bns-33.com)
  • Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation (FIRO) is a theory of interpersonal relations, introduced by William Schutz in 1958. (wikipedia.org)
  • This theory mainly explains the interpersonal interactions of a local group of people. (wikipedia.org)
  • The theory is based on the belief that when people get together in a group, there are three main interpersonal needs they are looking to obtain - affection/openness, control and inclusion. (wikipedia.org)
  • This paper will discuss both Peplau's interpersonal theory and Lewin's change theory, their contributions and comparing both theories. (bartleby.com)
  • Dominika Stephens Hildegard Peplau and Theory of Interpersonal Relations Penn State University Abstract This paper will discuss facts from Hildegard Peplau's personal life and her educational background that lead to the development of the Interpersonal Relations Theory. (bartleby.com)
  • The aim of this report is to evaluate the application of Peplau 's theory of interpersonal relations to nursing practice. (bartleby.com)
  • Hildegard Peplau's Interpersonal Relations in Nursing Theory Innocent A, RN NUR 301-90 Application of Nursing Theory October 10, 2012 Trena S, EdDc, MSN, RN Introduction Many nursing theorists have presented theories in nursing that touch on specific aspects of the nursing process, or nursing as a whole as a profession. (antiessays.com)
  • Hildegard E. Peplau in a similar light published a nursing theory on interpersonal relations in 1952. (antiessays.com)
  • She published her theory of interpersonal relations in nursing in 1952, a middle range descriptive classification theory (Current Nursing). (antiessays.com)
  • The central theme of her theory was that "nursing is a therapeutic, interpersonal, and goal-oriented process," and that nursing interventions are directed towards developing the patient's personality towards productive, personal, and community living (Taylor, Lilis, & Lemone, 2005, P80). (antiessays.com)
  • Interpersonal Relations Theory and Application in Student Practice Laura Cerkowniak University of Saskatchewan October 24th, 2012 Tracie Risling Nursing theories occupy an essential role in the profession of nursing and help to develop certain core frameworks that can be applied in daily practice. (antiessays.com)
  • aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Humanistic Nursing Model and Interpersonal Relations Theory. (waset.org)
  • Also, high quality research contributions describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas of Humanistic Nursing Model and Interpersonal Relations Theory are cordially invited for presentation at the conference. (waset.org)
  • ICHNMIRT 2021 has teamed up with the Special Journal Issue on Humanistic Nursing Model and Interpersonal Relations Theory . (waset.org)
  • Originally published in 1952 by a towering figure in nursing history, this book stresses the then novel theory of interpersonal relations as it was relevant to the work of nurses. (springerpub.com)
  • While the past four decades have seen a substantial expansion in the use and understanding of interpersonal theory, such as cognitive development and general systems theory, this classic book remains a useful foundation for all nurses as so much subsequent work used this work as its starting point. (springerpub.com)
  • The theory is interpersonal because it involves two or more individuals with a common goal. (educationindex.com)
  • Theory of Interpersonal Relations is a topic covered in the Taber's Medical Dictionary . (unboundmedicine.com)
  • Nursing Central , nursing.unboundmedicine.com/nursingcentral/view/Tabers-Dictionary/761569/all/Theory_of_Interpersonal_Relations. (unboundmedicine.com)
  • The Interpersonal Gap also became a core theory in the T-group and Organization Development methods of Robert P. Crosby, who worked closely with Dr. Wallen from 1968 to 1975. (wikipedia.org)
  • Handbook for the documentation of interpersonal violence prevention programmes / Medical Research Council-University of South Africa, Crime, Violence and Injury Lead Programme, Health Policy Unit, London School of Tropical Medicine, World Health Organization. (who.int)
  • 486 words - 2 pages Litofsky 4 Alec Litofsky Dr. Joaquín Roy INS 594/694- European Union relations with Latin America 26 September 2018 The European Union: Good for integration, or not? (ostatic.com)
  • The Difference Between Interpersonal Relations & Skills" accessed April 23, 2018. (chron.com)
  • In my opinion, the communication would be the best key for solving a interpersonal relationship whatever it made that situations. (bartleby.com)
  • The development of interpersonal skills for professional and personal communication. (lethbridgecollege.ca)
  • It can lead to interpersonal communication skills that are very nurturing and understanding. (artscolumbia.org)
  • Research was conducted on reactions of North Carolina public health workers to the telecasts, study manuals, and group discussion sessions used for seven programs (Introduction, Group Discussion, Communication, Cooperation, Culture and Public Health, Our Public Image, and Questions and Answers, respectively) in the interpersonal relations series of the state continuing education program. (ed.gov)
  • The Interpersonal Gap is a model of communication developed by John L. Wallen (March 24, 1918 - July 31, 2001), an educator and a pioneer in the fields of emotional intelligence and interpersonal communication. (wikipedia.org)
  • Politeness is a hard concept to define, but in the opinion of many scholars such as Leech (1983), Brown and Levinson (1987) and Terkourafi (2004) constitutes one of the most important aspects of human interpersonal communication. (ipl.org)
  • Counseling and interpersonal communication in family planning : a training module. (who.int)
  • Aim: The aim of the present study was to -investigate whether communication, interpersonal relations and sociodemographic characteristics affect the cooperation of nurses,- and their performance. (vima-asklipiou.gr)
  • Interpersonal relations in the work set-up are the interactions between fellow coworkers. (bartleby.com)
  • January 27 - February 03 , 2014 the next stage of the research analytics championship and the LXXV International Research and Practice Conference ' Problems of correlation of interpersonal interactions and educational technologies in social relations ' were held. (gisap.eu)
  • Significant grade interactions are seen for relations with Male Peers and Female Peers. (arizona.edu)
  • and will be proficient in basic skills (e.g., reading, writing, and arithmetic), thinking skills (e.g., thinking creatively), and personal qualities.Ideal for those just entering the workforce or for those who would like to improve their interpersonal skills at the workplace. (ecampus.com)
  • Well-developed interpersonal skills are essential to productivity in a diverse workplace that increasingly utilizes a team approach to accomplish the complex tasks of the organization. (bns-33.com)
  • Search: 'Interpersonal relations Fiction. (illinois.edu)
  • Epoka University Library catalog › Results of search for 'su:'Interpersonal relations. (edu.al)
  • This study examines the self concept and interpersonal relations of 409 Hispanic and Non-Hispanic adolescents in grades five and eight. (arizona.edu)
  • When it hurts even more: The neural dynamics of pain and interpersonal emotions. (ucdenver.edu)
  • Hildegard Peplau: Interpersonal relationship 2. (antiessays.com)
  • The role these skills play in your interpersonal relations depends on the nature of the specific relationship. (chron.com)
  • Building Interpersonal Relations in the Classroom outlines diverse strategies for making the teacher-student relationship a pathway to success. (otb.ie)
  • Following these and other definitions, we will define power for our purposes as an interpersonal relationship in which one individual (or group) has the ability to cause another individual (or group) to take an action that would not be taken otherwise. (opentextbc.ca)
  • It calculates a download the psychology of interpersonal on the Patterns and basics of resolution in the new group. (redenbach.at)
  • The topic Interpersonal relations represents a specific aggregation or gathering of resources found in UCLA Library . (ucla.edu)
  • The concept Interpersonal relations represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries . (bu.edu)
  • Influence of Interpersonal Perceptions on Team Structure in Long-duration Space Exploration Missions. (northwestern.edu)
  • Nous nous centrerons enfin sur les individus et sur leur position en fonction des variables socio-professionnelles en jeu, pour comprendre comment ils traitent les relations professionnelles, l'organisation des tâches et les questions liées à la gestion, en analysant le discours professionnel et l'impact de ces variables/perceptions/représentations sur l'identité professionnelle. (openedition.org)
  • Finally, we focus on individuals and their position regarding socio-professional variables by mapping how professional relations, task organisation and management-related issues are dealt with by different actors and by analysing their professional discourse and the impact of these variables/perceptions on the construction of a specific professional culture/identity. (openedition.org)
  • In fulfilling responsibilities, supervisors need to strike the right note in their interpersonal relations with workers. (berkeley.edu)
  • Interpersonal relations at work (and away, too) serve a critical role in the development and maintenance of trust and positive feelings in a farm organization. (berkeley.edu)
  • Work - Chron.com , http://work.chron.com/difference-between-interpersonal-relations-skills-18645.html. (chron.com)
  • Studies say 90 percent of executive failures are attributable to interpersonal competencies-factors such as leading teams, developing a positive work environment, retaining staff, inspiring trust, and coping with change. (bns-33.com)
  • No matter how good the thought or the approach, convincing others to work to accomplish something requires well-developed interpersonal skills. (bns-33.com)
  • This document relates to analyzing and representing interpersonal relations. (google.com)
  • At times individual and cultural differences may complicate working relations. (berkeley.edu)
  • Your interpersonal skills have a direct influence on your interpersonal relations, but the two concepts have important differences. (chron.com)
  • There are no significant differences in the interpersonal relations of the Hispanic and Non-Hispanic adolescents. (arizona.edu)
  • Focuses on understanding social and emotional development as a basis for effective group management and positive interpersonal relations. (sou.edu)
  • Problems of actual interpersonal difficulties are lucidly and skilfully set forth, and examined in a special way with resultant positive means towards helping severely mentally ill patients becoming available to the nurse. (pep-web.org)
  • Unfortunately, some of people are struggling about interpersonal relation because by some reasons. (bartleby.com)
  • For example, joking around to make people feel comfortable is a type of interpersonal skill. (chron.com)
  • In this context, the Ateneo/Chicago social scientists developed the "SIR," the "smooth interpersonal relation" model that entails the notion that Filipinos and Filipinas particularly valued this nonconfrontational skill set among people. (yorku.ca)
  • This graph shows the total number of publications written about "Interpersonal Relations" by people in this website by year, and whether "Interpersonal Relations" was a major or minor topic of these publications. (ucdenver.edu)
  • Below are the most recent publications written about "Interpersonal Relations" by people in Profiles. (ucdenver.edu)
  • As Chinmaya & Vargo state in their 1979 paper on Wallen "Many people who conduct interpersonal relations laboratories have been influenced by the ideas of John Wallen, a social psychologist from Portland, Oregon. (wikipedia.org)
  • This literature review aims to examine the various resources discussing interpersonal and social relations in the light of social media sites. (bartleby.com)
  • Examine the validity of the Personality Self-Perception and Attitudes (PSPA), which is a standardized measure used by the Russians to assess interpersonal compatibility and relations in ICE. (northwestern.edu)
  • Predicting interpersonal compatibility in space context using fsQCA. (northwestern.edu)
  • Guide to United Nations resources and activities for the prevention of interpersonal violence. (who.int)
  • The problem of interpersonal relations is not as setting targets and allocating financial resources, as the implementation of decisions. (vima-asklipiou.gr)
  • This early self-concept can effect each one"s interpersonal relations. (artscolumbia.org)
  • These categories measure how much interaction a person wants in the areas of socializing, leadership and responsibilities, and more intimate personal relations. (wikipedia.org)
  • In other words, the degree of interpersonal competence between individuals can go a very long way in this journey that is called life. (climbreachachieve.net)
  • Although these aspects of power also relate to group situations, they are more germane to interpersonal relations. (opentextbc.ca)
  • Fifth graders report significantly better Total Interpersonal Relations, as well as better relations with Mother and Teacher. (arizona.edu)
  • Relations with Father are significantly better for males and for fifth graders. (arizona.edu)
  • Inter Personal Relations: An Islamic Perspective explains the Islamic code of conduct which should govern our social relations. (noorart.com)
  • In this book, basic concepts are introduced to enhance understanding of key topics then, skill-building suggestions, exercises, and cases are presented that are crafted to improve the interpersonal skills related to each topic. (ecampus.com)
  • This book presents an assumption that the primary task of the residential conferences is to provide those who attend with opportunities to learn about leadership, discussing the role of director and interpersonal and intergroup relations within the staff group. (routledge.com)
  • In Oregon, he had been director of research at the Boys and Girls Society of Oregon, associate professor at Portland State College, director of the Human Relations and Development Group at Tektronix, and staff member of the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. (wikipedia.org)
  • A Study in Interpersonal Relations: By Morris S. Schwartz and Emmy Lanning Schockley. (pep-web.org)
  • During Mr. Crosby's Organization Development career he used the Interpersonal Gap model in numerous culture change and performance improvement initiatives, most famously during the PECO Nuclear turnaround following the shutdown Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station for human performance issues by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in 1987. (wikipedia.org)
  • Meets federal skills for Interpersonal Training and provides information and exercises that directly support components of five of the eight requirements. (ecampus.com)
  • Effective Human Relations: Interpersonal And Organizational Applications incorporates many examples of real human relations issues and practices. (adraceu.com)
  • He authored numerous unpublished papers, including "The Interpersonal Gap" in 1967. (wikipedia.org)
  • Interpersonal Relations" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) . (ucdenver.edu)
  • Low self-control is thus a significant risk factor for a broad range of personal and interpersonal problems. (nih.gov)
  • Accomplished author and national speaker, Andrew DuBrin brings his expertise of Human Relations and Business Psychology to this ninth edition. (ecampus.com)
  • Skill-building activities and self-assessment exercisesinclude role plays and gives reader hands-on opportunities for developing practical human relations skills. (ecampus.com)
  • John Wallen's ideas have influenced a number of human relations practitioners. (wikipedia.org)