PDF - Columbia`s psychology
... pp. 135-136). Erikson (1950) proposed that a basic mistrust
of others would compromise the possibility of personal and interpersonal fulfillment. Sullivan (1953) claimed that generalized expectations or "personifications" of significant others as
meeting needs or as punitive, disapproving, or reject ...
Outcast-Leary - Psychological Sciences
... perceived relational value compared to some previous time–relational devaluation–is typically
hurtful and traumatic. It may be small consolation to learn that, although one’s romantic partner
still loves you, his or her love for you is less than it once was.
Aronson and Linder (1965) made a similar ...
Humor Use and Family Satisfaction: A Cross Cultural Approach
... (1984) explained that forms of joking represent a “secret test” strategy used to reduce
uncertainty and gather information. Along with using humor to seek information about others,
we can use humor to seek information about ourselves. Telling jokes, for example, allows us
to gauge others’ acceptanc ...
Conflict Resolution Behaviors and the Affect of Identity
... dysprosody, all of which effect oral motor ability and motor planning. The motor issues
created by these conditions impact the physical production of language. CI individuals
may experience dysfluency or sound production problems and in severe cases, those with
communication impairment are entirely ...
self-disclosure in long-distance friendships
... professional careers, and immigrating to another country (Stafford, 1988). Existing studies
suggest LDFs are common; close to 90% of the subjects in Rohfing’s research reported
having at least one close, long-distance friend (Rohlfing, 1990; Rohlfing & Healey, 1991).
However, being separated by time ...
Negative Jealousy-Related Emotion Rumination
... (Pfeiffer & Wong, 1989); (b) these variables are reactions to situations similar to partner jealousy expression, including conflict (Birditt & Fingerman, 2003) and relational
transgressions (Roloff, Soule, & Carey, 2001); and (c) there is a moderate to strong
relationship between negative affect and ...
communication apprehension affects performance
... of the CA conceptualizations, is illustrative of this type of CA. This view
recognizes that people can be highly apprehensive about communicating in one
type of context while having less or even no apprehension about communicating
in another type of context (McCroskey, 1983, p. 3).
McCroskey defined ...
Maquetación 1 - Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos de Madrid
... (Ainsworth, 1989). On this basis, a large body of
research attests to the importance of individual differences in adult attachment styles as a predictor of
processes and outcomes in couple relationships. Secure
individuals report less conflict, greater acceptance of
their partners, more interdepende ...
Consumer Brand Relationships
... love.” They defined consumer brand relationship as “Consumers
form relations with consumption objects (products, brands, stores,
etc.), which range from feelings of antipathy, to slight fondness,
all the way up to what would, in person-person relations, amount
to love” (Shimp and Madden, 1988). In t ...
An Examination of the Relationship between Conversational
... Furthermore, research has suggested that higher conversational sensitivity exhibits
more diverse cognitive structures and is related to cognitive complexity (Stacks & Murphy,
1993). Cognitive complexity refers to a range of experiences conceptually represented in a
person’s mental processing, allowi ...
Virtual Proxemics 1 Running head: VIRTUAL PROXEMICS
... research. Most importantly, intercultural FTF meetings always take place in a specific cultural
environment, which determines the sociocultural conventions that visitors are expected to follow.
The majority of intercultural studies on nonverbal behavior have been conducted with participants
who were ...
The educational program
... development, adopted by Ministry of Education of Ukraine № 239 from
16.04.2003 and to curriculum, adopted by Ministry of Public Health of Ukraine №
221 from 18.06.2002. An apprenticeship according to these specialties is being
realized during 6 years, and basic medical training – during 5 years.
online marketing strategy development for uab "noriu noriu noriu"
... in the target region. A combination of secondary data analysis and quantitative survey consisting
of 27 questions was used to make informed decisions. According to Lee (2013), in the current
age marketers can get quickly distracted by the vast availability of communication channels. To
avoid that, s ...
slides - Courses
... I would've thought that lying in emails, chat,
or other forms of indirect communication
where the two people can neither hear nor
see each other is much more common than
on the phone or face-to-face” - Wei
“I don't agree that deception in person is as
straightforward as he claims. While there are
Accounting for Culture in a Model of Interpersonal Communication
... the message focus model centers upon the nature of the messages exchanged in interaction,
and prescribes the kind of message, as well as its most appropriate delivery style. Kim's
(1993) notion of interactive constraints exemplifies this type of model.
There are two essential components of competenc ...
Online Disclosure Natalya N. Bazarova
... These differences influence the amount of online disclosure, the use of privacy settings,
and willingness to self-disclose to strangers in social media. Additionally, personality
traits (e.g., openness, shyness, narcissism, and agreeableness) can affect online disclosure
production. For example, al ...
RECIPROCITY OF LIKING Theoretical Explanations Experimental
... Rejection is a common experience. People experience divorce, romantic breakups, or show romantic
interest in another person only to have their romantic advances rebuffed. Some people seek membership
in college fraternities and sororities, only to be told
that they are not wanted. Children are left o ...
THE BALANCE OF WORK IN INITIATING RELATIONSHIPS
... those who reported greater relative partner
initiation (responses 1, 2, or 3); 2) those who
reported balanced initiation (response of 4);
and 3) those who reported greater relative
self initiation (responses 5, 6, or 7).
Balance of attraction. The participants were
asked, “Who would you say was most ...
Page 1 of 88
... attract them?” is both a theoretical and an empirical question, since it will be answered by
combining the theoretical framework about Generation Y with data from the qualitative study.
“In which way do values and expectations influence attraction through social networking sites?”
is both a theoreti ...
Caught in the Cultural Lag: The Stigma of Singlehood.
... according to the duration, order (e.g., 1st, 2nd) or quality of one’s marriage.
Link and Phelan (2001) further proposed that a core
component of the stigma process is that the labeled
person experiences discrimination and status loss,
which in turn may have harmful consequences for their
life chance ...
Maki - UAB
... that are likely outgoing, assertive, and social. Indifferents, identified as individuals having little care
for their organization because they only work to make a living, and ambivalents, identified as
individuals who do not adapt well to their organization because they dislike rules and authority, ...
Human Communication - University of Alabama at Birmingham
... Can a decision made in a few seconds be as strong as a decision taking weeks or even
years? Most people would say no. However, others would claim these instant decisions are
consistent with time-intensive contemplations. For example, one author writes “Decisions made
very quickly can be every bit as ...
Friends of Victims
... out-group member increases positive feelings toward other
members of that group, presumably because it reduces social
distance to the group. Thus, if victims of a particular misfortune are construed as a group, contact with a member of
the misfortune-group should also reduce social distance and
Teenagers` use of MSN features, discussion topics, and online
... categories, such as “best friends” and “classmates.” Users can rename, edit, and delete the list
and place someone on the “Block List” to refuse instant messages.
People Search allows users to search for people based on criteria such as interest, hobby,
Messaging. This defining feat ...
Recognizing Dysfunctional Communications
... the surveys distributed revealed employees felt that there were various mediums for internal
communication, yet the processes could be stronger. It was very apparent through the survey
results, that when the processes are not effective, employees tend not be satisfied with what
type of culture their ...
An internet relationship is a relationship between people who have met online, and in many cases know each other only via the Internet. Online relationships are similar in many ways to pen pal relationships. This relationship can be romantic, platonic, or even based on business affairs. An internet relationship (or online relationship) is generally sustained for a certain amount of time before being titled a relationship, just as in-person relationships. The major difference here is that an internet relationship is sustained via computer or online service, and the individuals in the relationship may or may not ever meet each other in person. Otherwise, the term is quite broad and can include relationships based upon text, video, audio, or even virtual character. This relationship can be between people in different states, different countries, different sides of the world, or even people who reside in the same area but do not communicate in person.