Interpersonal Communication: A Worktext for Self-understanding and Growth in Personal Relations
Loyola University Press, Jan 1, 1975 - Communication - 208 pages
Introduces the basic categories of transactional analysis and includes sections on self-esteem, acceptance, problem solving, and values.
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Inventory of Feelings
Four Life Positions
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Abraham Maslow Active Listening Response Adult Response angry Ardyth Hebeisen beef stroganoff behavior Carl Rogers ceptance Classmate clearly comic strips compliment contract critical describe door openers effective communicator emotional Eric Berne example EXEftCISE experience express FOCUS Recall give Gordon's method Gordon's no-lose high self-esteem Identify Imagine interpersonal communication interpersonal relationships involved James and Jongeward L. S. Barksdale low self-esteem Maxwell Maltz messages mother needs conflicts Negative Child Response negative feelings negative strokes no-problem Nonacceptance statement nonverbal OK feelings personal values positive strokes possible solutions prob problem problem-solving Punishing Parent Response put-down rejected relation resolve role play self-contract self-esteem level share show acceptance solution sending solve someone talk teacher tell things Thomas Gordon tonight touch transaction Transactional Analysis unacceptable usually values collision Virginia Satir worktext