Com 225 10-7 - Oversocials -Constantly seek out attention...

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Oversocials -Constantly seek out attention and interaction with others -Engaging in behaviors designed to focus attention on themselves (exhibitionists) -Hyper-personal disclosure, attention getting “stunts”, bragging, loud voice, dramatic gestures, intense reluctance to end interactions Unresolved Control Needs Chronic feelings of: -incompetence and -lack of ability to deal with life events -manifests as Abdicrat ot Autocrat Abdicrats -Systematically relinquish all control over life decisions (education, work, sex, activities) to others Abdicrats Behavior -gaze aversion, low vocal volume, closed in body posture, speech errors and hesitations - “Lets do whatever you want” - “I don’t care – you decide” - “Whatever makes you happy, makes me happy” Autocrats -Systematically seek absolute, rigid control over all aspects of their lives -compulsion to always be “the decision maker” Autocratic Behaviors -Direct gaze, use of large personal space
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This note was uploaded on 12/02/2008 for the course ISP 217L taught by Professor Tingley during the Summer '08 term at Michigan State University.

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Com 225 10-7 - Oversocials -Constantly seek out attention...

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