- Couples Fight More over Money than Sexâ€¦. // Journal of Financial Planning;Apr2007, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p13
This article presents the results of a survey by Paypal and personal finance expert Carmen Wong Ulrich about the issues that couples fight over the most. It is reported that money was more of instigator than sex in starting fights between couples. Percentages are presented in relation to the...
- Sizing up team tension. // Firstline;Aug2010, Vol. 6 Issue 8, p12
The article presents statistics on work relationship in veterinary practice, including who is typically involved in the conflict, what qualifies as conflict, and if conflict among employees is a problem in the veterinary profession.
- Stop arguing--it's good for your health. // Marriage Partnership;Summer97, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p15
Focuses on physiological and hormonal changes occurring during conflicts. Reduction in the body's immune function; Search for means of resolution without fighting.
- Breaking up under glass. Nelson, Judy // Advocate;12/10/96, Issue 722, p53
Opinion. Offers a look at the break up of a heterosexual or gay relationship especially when you are famous. Indepth look at the trend of gay and lesbian short-term relationships; Discussion on the emotional strain involved in break ups; Experiences of the author in regards to the break ups of...
- Holiday therapy 101. Ian, Janis // Advocate;12/10/96, Issue 722, p67
Opinion. Offers a look at personal relationship conflicts which usually occur around the holiday season. Factors which contribute to quarreling such as finances; Indepth look at the author's experiences of fighting with her gay lover.
- Whine List. Seidman, David // Boating;Jun2009, Vol. 82 Issue 6, p10
The article focuses on the increasing numbers of conflict between boaters and mechanics in the U.S.
- Staff conflicts... Poe, Randall; Courter, Carol Lee // Across the Board;Sep96, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p5
Focuses on the economics and number of working time lost due to conflicts among staffers.
- Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Styles of Handling Interpersonal Conflict: First-Order Factor Model and Its Invariance Across Groups. Rahim, M. Afzalur; Magner, Nace R. // Journal of Applied Psychology;Feb95, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p122
Confirmatory factor analysis of data (from 5 samples, n = 484 full-time employed management students; n = 550 public administrators; n = 214 university administrators; n = 250 bank managers and employees in Bangladesh; and n = 578 managers and employees) on the 28 items of the Rahim...
- Types of Conjugal Interactions and Conjugal Conflict: A Longitudinal Assessment. Widmer, Eric; Kellerhals, Jean; Levy, Ren� // European Sociological Review;Feb2006, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p79
This paper deals with the diversity of contemporary family interactions and its consequences with regard to conjugal conflict, on the basis of a large and longitudinal survey on married and unmarried couples, conducted in Switzerland at the turn of the millennium. Using cluster analysis, we...