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Social decentering : a theory of other-orientation encompassing empathy and perspective-taking

Author: Mark V Redmond
Publisher: Berlin ; Boston : Walter de Gruyter, [2018]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The textbook presents an innovative approach to the process by which humans take into consideration the thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and dispositions of other people. The interest in other-oriented  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark V Redmond
ISBN: 9783110515657 3110515652
OCLC Number: 1025413064
Description: xii, 282 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.1. Defining Social Decentering --
1.1.1. Social Decentering as Multidimensional --
1.1.2. Social Decentering as Social Cognition --
1.1.3. Social Decentering as a Taking into Account --
1.1.4. Social Decentering as a Focus on Dispositions Held by Others --
1.1.5. Social Decentering as Contextually Bound --
1.1.6. Accuracy, Depth, and Breadth of Social Decentering --
1.2. The Theory and Model of Social Decentering --
1.2.1. Activation --
1.2.2. Input (Information Sources) --
1.2.2.1. Experience-Based Information --
1.2.2.2. Imagination-Based Information --
1.2.3. Analysis (Information Processing) --
1.2.3.1. Use of Self --
1.2.3.2. Use of Specific-Other --
1.2.3.3. Use of Generalized-Other --
1.2.3.4. Interaction of the Three Methods: Self, Specific-Other, Generalized-Other --
1.3. Social Decentering Theory and Model: Part 1 Summary and Part 2 Preview --
1.4. References --
2.1. Outcomes: Internal Responses --
2.1.1. Cognitive Response --
2.1.2. Affective Response --
2.2. External Responses: Strategies and Actions --
2.2.1. Factors Limiting External Responses --
2.3. A Multidimensional Measure of Social Decentering --
2.3.1. Item Development and Reliability --
2.3.2. Facet Analysis --
2.3.3. Convergent Validity: Measures of Similar Phenomenon --
2.3.4. Construct Validity: Measures of Related Constructs --
2.3.5. Predictive Validity --
2.3.6. Discriminant Validity --
2.3.7. Validity Summary --
2.4. Relationship-Specific Social Decentering (RSSD) --
2.4.1. Foundations of RSSD --
2.4.2. A Theory of RSSD --
2.4.3. Caveats of RSSD --
2.4.4. Measurement of RSSD --
2.5. A Preview of the Impact of Social Decentering on Social Interactions and Interpersonal Relationships --
2.6. References --
3.1. Social Decentering, RSSD, and Relationship Development --
3.2. Relationship Escalation --
3.2.1. Pre-Interaction Awareness Stage --
3.2.2. Acquaintance Stage: Introductory Phase and Casual Banter Phase --
3.2.3. Exploration Stage --
3.2.4. Intensification Stage --
3.2.5. Intimacy Stage --
3.3. Relationship De-Escalation --
3.3.1. Turmoil or Stagnation --
3.3.2. Deintensification --
3.3.3. Individualization --
3.3.4. Separation --
3.3.5. Post-Interaction Effects --
3.4. References --
4.1. Participants --
4.2. Measures --
4.3. Results --
4.3.1. Intimacy/Stages and RSSD/Social Decentering --
4.3.2. Relationship Satisfaction and Relational Assessment --
4.4. Summary and Conclusions --
4.5. References --
5.1. Previous Research on Empathy and Perspective-Taking in Marriage --
5.2. Empathic Accuracy and Marriage --
5.3. The Measurement of Other-Orientation in Marriage --
5.4. Theoretical Relationship between Social Decentering, RSSD, and Marital Satisfaction --
5.5. The Role of Social Decentering and RSSD in Marriage --
5.6. Social Decentering and RSSD as Complementary or Symmetrical? --
5.7. A Model of Social Decentering and Marriage --
5.8. The Relationship between RSSD and Marriage --
5.9. A Reflection Exercise to Promote Social Decentering --
5.10. References --
6.1. The Couples --
6.2. The Measures --
6.3. Research Challenges Unique to Studies on Other-Orientation --
6.4. Results --
6.4.1. Social Decentering --
6.4.2. RSSD --
6.4.3. Relationship Between Social Decentering and RSSD --
6.4.4. Social Decentering and Marital Satisfaction --
6.4.5. RSSD and Marital Satisfaction --
6.4.6. Social Decentering, RSSD, Relationship Attitudes, and Relational Communication --
6.4.6.1. How Social Decentering and RSSD Related to Self-Reported Relationship Attitudes and Communication Behaviors --
6.4.6.2. How Respondents' Level of Social Decentering Related to Their Spouse's Perceptions of Their Relationship Attitudes and Communication Behavior --
6.4.6.3. How Respondents Level of RSSD Related to Their Spouse's Perceptions of Their Relationship Attitudes and Communication Behavior --
6.4.6.4. The Impact of Respondents' Social Decentering and RSSD on Their Perceptions of Their Spouse's Relationship Attitudes and Communication --
6.4.6.5. How the Respondents' and Their Spouse's Levels of Social Decentering and RSSD Affect the Respondents' Perceptions of Their Spouse --
6.4.7. Social Decentering, RSSD, and Positive Relationship Discussions --
6.5. Discussion and Conclusions --
6.5.1. Symmetrical (Similar) or Complementary (Different) --
6.5.2. Age and Length of Marriage --
6.5.3. Marital Satisfaction --
6.5.4. Marital Attitudes and Communication --
6.5.5. Limitations of the Study --
6.5.6. Lessons Learned: Implications for Counselors and Married Couples --
6.6. References --
7.1. Health Care Professionals --
7.1.1. Training Health Care Professionals to Socially Decenter --
7.2. Groups/Teams --
7.3. Organizations/Managers/Leaders --
7.4. Intercultural Interactions --
7.5. Other Contexts --
7.6. References.
Responsibility: Mark V. Redmond.

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