Communication and attributions in interpersonal conflict

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1980 - Family & Relationships - 492 pages
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REVIEW AND CRITIQUE OF THE LITERATURE
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APPLICATIONS OF ATTRIBUTION THEORY
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actor actor-observer actor-observer differences actor-partner differences attri attribu attributed to self attribution process attribution theory attributional bias attributional style attributional style instrument attributions and conflict attributions of causality attributions of responsibility average causality avoidance acts bargaining behavior Beverly Hills biases causality attributed causes Chapter coercion communication and conflict communication strategies competitive compliance-gaining conflict resolution strategies conflict strategies CONTINGENCY TABLE cooperative correlated differences in attributions discussion of conflict dispositional dispositional attributions distributive acts distributive strategies DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Druckman dyads ecological validity effects empathy evaluation external attributions external-stable external-unstable attribution frequency of conflict fundamental attribution error Hornstein However Ickes and Layden importance of conflicts important indicate individuals information exchange Informational bias integrative acts integrative strategies intentions interaction internal INTERNAL VERSUS EXTERNAL internal-external attributions International Communication Association interpersonal conflict interpersonal relationships Journal Kelley law of small LIKERT SCALES log linear analysis marginal distribution Markov chain Married couples mediating variables Monson Morristown negative events Nisbett nonstrategies Nonverbal communication observer Orvis outcomes partial association parties partner partner's passive passive-indirect perceived stability person positive predicted prisoner's dilemma probable problem questionnaire Radlow Reads card relationship responsibility for conflicts roommate and yourself salience sampling bias satisfaction satisfied roommates self-esteem Sicoly significant Sillars situational attributions situations Slightly Social Psychology Sociometry stability of conflicts stable stable-unstable attributions statements Study II subjects attributed Table tend tendency tion topic shifting two-tailed test typology University of Wisconsin UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON unstable attributions Valins variables versus videotaped visual field

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