Ch 6 part 4 - Spirals Type of self-fulfilling prophecy...

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8/31/11 Types of tensions Autonomy-togetherness Interdependence Issue with 27% of men and 44% of women
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8/31/11 Types of tensions Novelty-predictability Issue with 19% of men and 3% of women
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8/31/11 Resolutions Dialectical emphasis Ignore Pseudo-synthesis Break laws of physics Reaffirmation Accept roles and movement along dimensions
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8/31/11 Avoiding dysfunctional patterns When relationships attack! Dominance/Power Complimentary Clear #1 person Can be problem
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8/31/11 Avoiding dysfunctional patterns When relationships attack! Dominance/Power Symmetrical Competitive: fight for control Submissive: fight for bottom
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8/31/11 Avoiding dysfunctional patterns When relationships attack! Disconfirmations Rejecting responses; influence self
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8/31/11 Paradoxes “Go to Vegas, I like feeling lonely” Double bind 2 incongruent messages that can’t be resolved
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Unformatted text preview: Spirals Type of self-fulfilling prophecy Progressive Increasing trust and commitment Regressive Damaging thoughts and behaviors 8/31/11 Cognitive interdependence I vs. We Related to commitment 8/31/11 Effective self-disclosure Sharing personal info Borderline TMI Not Heres a secret: my mom thinks you are a loser 8/31/11 Effective self-disclosure Not for all relationships Can be risky Places burden on recipient Time and place Gradual Reciprocal 8/31/11 Deception Dinner was great. vs. Are you sure this was chicken? 80% deceive partner in last 2 weeks Dont look for deception cues Truth bias 8/31/11 Jealousy Perceived threat to a relationship Could be due to insecurity 8/31/11 Emotional v. sexual infidelity Males: sexual Females: emotional...
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2011 for the course COMST 101 taught by Professor Blankenship during the Spring '08 term at Iowa State.

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Ch 6 part 4 - Spirals Type of self-fulfilling prophecy...

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