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Page 2960 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 84, Issue 7 [page]

1997 Psychological Abstracts  
(U Southern Indiana, School of Business, Evansville, IN) An empirical study of an interactive, session-oriented comput- erized support system (NSS).  ...  (U Tasma- nia, Dept of Psychology, Hobart, TAS, Australia) Bridging the gap between the practical and the theoretical: An evaluation of a conflict resolution model.  ... 

Conflict Resolution in Mexican-Origin Couples: Culture, Gender, and Marital Quality

Lorey A. Wheeler, Kimberly A. Updegraff, Shawna M. Thayer
2010 Journal of Marriage and Family  
In some cases, different patterns emerged for husbands and wives. Discussion highlights the role of culture and gender dynamics in marital relationships.  ...  (b) cultural orientations, and (c) marital quality in a sample of 227 couples.  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful to the families and adolescents who participated in this project, and to the following schools and districts that collaborated: Osborn, Mesa, and Gilbert school districts  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1741-3737.2010.00744.x pmid:21278807 pmcid:PMC3616146 fatcat:kfwr2asmz5ganp4qax4r4tsnoi

Dissimilarity focus as an attentional mode of BIS-related comparator function

A. Wytykowska, P.J. Corr
2014 Personality and Individual Differences  
To date the postulated comparator function of the BIS (i.e., conflict detection and resolution) has been largely dedicated to theoretical speculation rather than empirical validation (a few exceptions  ...  The notion of a comparator has been popular in behavioral psychology, especially in accounts couched in terms of a cybernetic system.  ...  Acknowledgments The studies presented in this chapter were supported by grant #MNiSW-N-N106 282839 from the National Science Center to Agata Wytykowska.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.paid.2013.07.049 fatcat:km25p4upindf3co65kdwl7s3qy

Towards an integrative framework of conflict-handling behaviour: integrating Western and Chinese perspectives

Xin Li, Verner Worm, Peihong Xie
2017 Asia Pacific Business Review  
Acknowledgement: This research was partially supported by the Shanghai Summit and Plateau discipline project, China, PRC.  ...  With such an orientation, the focal party may exhibit three types of behaviours in approaching conflict.  ...  Such an asymmetry in treating the Western and Chinese models in their approach to integration is one of the two deficiencies of Leung and Brew's integrative model.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13602381.2017.1357322 fatcat:7c7oiirzvjfadaipmceank24wy

The effect of Bosnian and Herzegovinian national culture on conflict resolution styles in foreign-owned companies
Utjecaj bosanskohercegovačke nacionalne kulture na stilove rješavanja konflikata u stranim preduzećima

Dijana Husaković, Anida Šabanović
2020 BH Ekonomski Forum  
The aim of the research is to, based on theoretical and empirical research, examine the impact of Bosnian and Herzegovinian national culture on conflict resolution styles used in foreign companies doing  ...  Conflicts are an integral part of doing business and companies cannot avoid them.  ...  In other words, conflict resolution styles provide an overall picture of a person's communication orientation towards conflict (Oetzel and Ting -Toomey 2003).  ... 
doi:10.5937/bhekofor2001071h fatcat:swgcir4ubbcbpa3q7ik3uoyd4u

Conflict resolution in cooperative design

Mark Klein, Stephen C.-Y. Lu
1989 Artificial Intelligence in Engineering  
This paper proposes a model for how such conflict resolution can take place, and describes the results of a study aimed at verifying and instantiating this model by examining conflict resolution among  ...  We include a description of the conflict resolution expertise we uncovered.  ...  This can be divided into work oriented towards developing computational models for design/planning systems, as well as work oriented towards creating models of human conflict resolution behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0954-1810(89)90013-7 fatcat:n6daskp3dbgc7nj4wgj33pb2ua

Industrial Sellers' Relational Behavior

Bjorn Sven Ivens
2005 Journal of Relationship Marketing  
I then present the results of an empirical study conducted among 297 purchasing manages in two industries in which four typical styles of relational behaviour are identified.  ...  In this paper, I argue that such a differentiation is possible and necessary. On the basis of the relational contracting framework I identify ten dimensions of relational behaviour.  ...  monitoring, conflict long-term role integrity, conflict resolution, resolution orientation flexibility, mutuality power reduction percentage 43.2 % 27.3 % 22.5 % 7.0 %  ... 
doi:10.1300/j366v03n04_03 fatcat:7x4f3j6pwnabxhb6vyeakq3une

Third party consultation: a method for the study and resolution of conflict

Ronald J. Fisher
1972 Journal of Conflict Resolution  
Recently several investigators in various fields have been developing similar approaches which appear to exhibit a new type of third party intervention directed toward the study and resolution of conflict  ...  On the contrary the method is a step in a new direction in the field of conflict resolution and involves an unprecedented combination of third party strategies and behaviors.  ...  Toward a Critique of Third Party Consultation It is suggested that third party consultation is a promising approach for the study and resolution of conflict, and that the model presented above is useful  ... 
doi:10.1177/002200277201600105 fatcat:xh7yokf2ijcwxc66ap3y3nckgy

Social Identity and Regulatory Focus

Sangwoo Park, Dakyeong Heo, Dongwoo Shin
2019 Asia Marketing Journal  
Further examination of regulatory swing between individual and collective regulatory orientations revealed group identification as a key variable in determining the locus of self-regulation (study2).  ...  with their group orientation, a consumer with low level of group identification maintains her locus of self-regulation in her personal level of self (a regulatory preservation) and evaluated messages  ...  a dialectic process of conflict resolution process.  ... 
doi:10.53728/2765-6500.1329 fatcat:ahj5la36hralpgsyq4qda6qebe

Third Party Consultation: A Method for the Study and Resolution of Conflict [chapter]

Ronald J. Fisher
2016 Pioneers in Arts, Humanities, Science, Engineering, Practice  
Recently several investigators in various fields have been developing similar approaches which appear to exhibit a new type of third party intervention directed toward the study and resolution of conflict  ...  On the contrary the method is a step in a new direction in the field of conflict resolution and involves an unprecedented combination of third party strategies and behaviors.  ...  Toward a Critique of Third Party Consultation It is suggested that third party consultation is a promising approach for the study and resolution of conflict, and that the model presented above is useful  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-39038-3_3 fatcat:zcoknmgve5csrb4hxamtjqat6i

Interpersonal Harmony and Conflict for Chinese People: A Yin–Yang Perspective

Li-Li Huang
2016 Frontiers in Psychology  
the construct validity and the predictive validity of the dynamic model of interpersonal harmony and conflict.  ...  This article provides an overview on a series of original studies conducted by the author.  ...  In summary, this study demonstrated that if an emic approach is adopted, particularly using the Huang's model on interpersonal harmony and conflict, to investigate conflict-resolution patterns in the workplace  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00847 pmid:27375526 pmcid:PMC4896957 fatcat:74un7hzkjzbzpkiqmklwzwqi7m

Hoping for the best, preparing for the worst

Peter T. Coleman, Katharina G. Kugler, Robin Vallacher, Regina Kim
2019 International Journal of Conflict Management  
Design/methodology/approach -Study 1 was an experiment that framed the same low-intensity conflict scenario as either prevention-or promotion-focused, or as both.  ...  of both promotion and prevention orientations.  ...  When faced with conflict, an individual's attention can be more oriented toward goals external to the relationships' involved (task-oriented) and/or toward goals intrinsic to the relationship (relationally  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijcma-03-2018-0040 fatcat:ecdqc5mx3jgb3ftism4mnfbsua

Backwards into the future of couples therapy and couples therapy research: A comment on Jacobson

Howard J. Markman
1991 Journal of family psychology  
Thus two principals were in conflict: is what we do in therapy based as much as possible on (a) empirical research or (b) on a behavioral model of marriage?  ...  Toward a model of the prediction and prevention of marital and family distress and dissolution. In S. Duck (Ed.), Personal relationships 4: Dissolving personal relationships (pp. 186-190).  ... 
doi:10.1037/0893-3200.4.4.416 fatcat:xf3esi5fnbbjbmydupf24qf7qy

A Professional Learning Community for the New Teacher Professionalism: The Case of a State-Led Initiative in Singapore Schools

Daphnee Lee, Wing On Lee
2013 British Journal of Educational Studies  
Keywords: (word count: 6875) This paper seeks to explore the empirical fit of two PLC models, using Singapore as a case.  ...  Aspirations for a Fullan-inspired approach are evident, but still rest in the stage of conceptualization. professional learning community (PLC), DuFour-Fullan PLC model, new teacher professionalism, teacher  ...  However, the manner in which Fullan's reform-oriented approach is propounded, calls for attention. Evident in Fullan's works, the driving force of change is conflict (2003) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/00071005.2013.824948 fatcat:comx46yuvffyjamhg2qouluk2i

Conflict Management Strategies Implied by Expected Utility Models of Behavior

Clinton F. Fink
1972 American Behavioral Scientist  
A large proportion of these efforts occurs in or generates conflict situations, and is made by the parties to the conflict as well as by &dquointerested&dquo third parties.  ...  It is therefore logically possible for anyone, regardless of his or her role in a particular conflict, to engage in efforts at conflict management.  ...  In the simplest case, the subjective expected utility of an action is an attitude-like construct, representing the product of a cognitive orientation, p(ola), and an evaluative orientation, uo, toward  ... 
doi:10.1177/000276427201500605 fatcat:p4vsrrwj3jbwpleb7egtvh6i3y
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