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Trust, Self Disclosure and Spirituality N 310 --Unit 3 Lecture #7 Graham J McDougall With special thanks to Jan Fox RNC, MSN And Stella Logan MSN, RN, PMHCNS-BC Veronica Garcia Walker MSN, RN, CNA-BC
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What is this? One’s own behavior influences what happens in his/her life.
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What is this? Outside forces primarily determine what occurs in his/her life.
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According to the lecture what are two types of Control ?
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What is this? Control is distributed unequally. Dominant and submissive roles Advantage: roles are clearly defined Disadvantage: inhibits the independence and creativity of the subordinate member in the relationship
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What is this? Control is equally distributed in the relationship Advantage: Power differences are minimized Disadvantages: Not clear who’s in charge, can be time consuming, may cause conflict (who gets the last word?)
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What is this? There is a conscious effort to share control; control moves back and forth between participants Each member may be dominant or submissive Advantage: Control based on expertise Disadvantage: not as stable as complementary or as equal as symmetrical
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Trust Defined “Trust is defined as an individual’s expectation that he or she can rely on the communication behaviors of others.” Exists when behavior is beneficial to the relationship. Belief that events are predictable and people are basically sincere, competent and accepting.
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Source credibility: “one individual perceives another to have certain positive characteristics. (Can I trust you?) Based on character Behavior is positive, consistent, reliable
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2012 for the course N 310 taught by Professor Fox during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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