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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Perspectives on marital interaction.
Clevedon, Avon, England : Multilingual Matters, ©1988
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Patricia Noller; Mary Anne Fitzpatrick
|Description:||1 online resource (x, 406 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||Approaches to marital interaction, Mary Anne Fitzpatrick. Part 1 Communication as a means by which we manage our everyday lives as married people: dysfunctional interaction patterns in couples, Andrew Christensen; understanding and misunderstanding in marriage - sex and marital adjustment differences in structured and free interaction, Patricia Noller and Cynthia Gallois; Power dynamics in marital relationships, Frank E.Millar and L.Edna Rogers; a typological approach to marital interaction, Mary Anne Fitzpatrick. Part 2 Communication of emotion: spouses' self-evaluation for situations involving emotional communication, Diane M.Guthrie and Conrad Wesley Snyder Jr; spouses' perceptions of one another in emotional situations, Diane M.Guthrie and P.Noller; the social psychophysiology of marriage, John M.Gottman and Robert W.Levenson. Part 3 Problem solving: marital conflict resolution, Cas Schaap et al; negotiation, problem-solving and conflict in various types of marriages, Mary Anne Fitzpatrick. Part 4 Coping with other relationships: communications with spouses and others, Kathryn Dindia; the effects of others on marriage - do they hurt or help?, Fran Dickson-Markman and Howard J.Markman; overview and implications, Patricia Noller.|
|Series Title:||Monographs in social psychology of language, 1.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Patricia Noller and Mary Anne Fitzpatrick.|
- Communication in marriage.
- Marriage -- Psychological aspects.
- Communication dans le mariage.
- Mariage -- Aspect psychologique.
- FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS -- Abuse -- Domestic Partner Abuse.
- Married couples -- Interpersonal relationships