The Effects of Personal Accountability and Personal Responsibility Instruction on Select Off-Task and Positive Social Behaviors
- Assessing the 'Fuzzy Stuff' Scharpenberg, Jon // Teaching Elementary Physical Education;Nov98, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p16
Assesses the personal and social behavior of students in physical activity settings. Improvement of ethical behavior in sports; Factors influencing the behavior of students; Identification of rules and procedures for activity situations.
- A GOLDEN RULE OVER TIME: RECIPROCITY IN INTERGENERATIONAL ALLOCATION DECISIONS. Wade-Benzoni, Kimberly A. // Academy of Management Journal;Oct2002, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p1011
In this article, I offer theoretical and empirical groundwork for the study of intergenerational issues and highlight the relevance of intergenerational behavior to organizations. I focus on situations involving conflict between generations in which a present generation must give up benefits or...
- Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility (TPSR) through Physical Activity. Jones, Richard // New Zealand Physical Educator;Jun2013, p26
In this article, the author suggests the teachers to teach personal and social responsibility (TPSR) to students through physical activity. He discusses a model having four values and themes including student-teacher-relationship, self-direction and empowerment. He also discusses his strategies...
- WHEN SERIAL ARGUMENTS PREDICT HARM: EXAMINING THE INFLUENCES OF ARGUMENT FUNCTION, TOPIC OF THE ARGUMENT, PERCEIVED RESOLVABILITY, AND ARGUMENTATIVENESS. Johnson, Amy Janan; Averbeck, Joshua M.; Kelley, Katherine M.; Liu, Shr-Jie // Argumentation & Advocacy;Spring2011, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p214
This study examines features of serial arguments that predict whether these arguments lead to perceived relational harm and perceived harm to the arguing individual. Similar variables predicted perceived personal and relational harm from a serial argument. Personal-issue arguments with low...
- STUDENTS' INTERPERSONAL CONFLICTS AND THEIR SETTLEMENT CONDITIONS. Mikhaylovna, Kuzmina Violetta // Society: Sociology, Psychology, Pedagogics;2013, Issue 1, p1
Student audience is quite contentious due to the age specifics. But when the students merge into the training groups, the conflict process may become irreversible, and it's up to the students themselves what kind of course the conflict takes.
- Respond to an emotional coworker. // Communication Briefings;Apr2013, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p3
The article presents a discussion of how to deal with difficult people and emotional coworker, adapted from the article "How to Handle 3 Kinds of Conflict" by Dan McCarthy.
- How to KO fighting. Johnson, Pamela // Essence (Essence);Jun98, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p50
Discusses guidelines in conflict-resolution in relationships. Avoidance of the accumulation of conflicts; Feedback to promote balance; Tackling of a problem one at a time.
- Managing difficult behaviour. Westwood, Claire // Nursing Management - UK;Oct2010, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p20
People can be identified in various ways, such as lazy, argumentative or stubborn, all describing behaviours that can lead to difficulties in the workplace. It is important to recognise that, to improve situations, what needs to be tackled is not the person, but his or her attitude.
- UNCONVENTIONAL WISDOM. Marano, Hara Estroff // Psychology Today;Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p38
The article presents questions and answers on psychological issues including how to avoid sensitivities of a sister who felt bad when her sibling did not ask her views on pregnancy and how to handle a relationship with an immature boyfriend and a girlfriend who has very high expectations.