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- Intimate relationships. Colman, Adrian // Youth Studies Australia;Spring1994, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p10
Focuses on the results of a Morgan Gallup poll commissioned by Relationships Australia. Finding that a majority of Australians are not happy with their relationships; Floundering of relationships under the pressures of stress and change in work and society; Changing of Marriage Guidance...
- Interpersonal Problem Behaviors Associated with Dysfunctional Attitudes. Whisman, Mark A.; Friedman, Michael A. // Cognitive Therapy & Research;Apr98, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p149
In recent years, there has been increasing interest in the integration of cognitive and interpersonal features of depression and other emotional and behavioral disorders. Based on the hypothesis that cognitive and interpersonal styles mutually influence one another, the current study examined...
- American students' expectations about relationships involving common/conflicting interests and... Imamoglu, E. Olcay // Genetic, Social & General Psychology Monographs;Nov95, Vol. 121 Issue 4, p391
Explores the effects of the structural variables of power and common/conflicting interest in individuals' interpretations of interpersonal scenarios. Manipulations; Concordant and discordant relationships; Theoretical implications.
- A reexamination of the tele effect. Barbour, Alton // Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama & Sociometry;Fall94, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p114
Examines the tele-effect phenomenon in interpersonal relations. Tele effect as the mutuality of feeling with another person; Review of social and behavioral science literature in communication theory, interpersonal perception, interpersonal attraction and empathy; Explanations for the...
- It's hard enough having one girlfriend, try two! Simmons, Lynn // Lesbian News;Aug96, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p29
Focuses on polymory or multiple relationships among lesbians. Relationship wherein partners may have outside relationship aside from their primary relationship; Allows a lot of space to decide what one wants along with freedom to love; Significance of communication and honesty.
- Back off! Piorkowski, Geraldine K. // Psychology Today;Jan/Feb95, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p50
Examines how we are putting too many expectations on our close relationships. Evidence which suggests that there is a limit to the amount of closeness people can tolerate; Need for time alone for creativity and to solidify the boundaries of self; Healthy retreats; S.O.S. signals; Shifting...
- Love, sex & the whole person. Stafford, Tim // Campus Life;Nov94, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p60
Responds to questions about personal relationships. Dating someone who likes your best friend; Waiting for Prince Charming; How to keep long distance relationships alive; A case of infatuation; Pornography on television. INSET: Goin' out (inexpensive date tips).
- Couples' secret codes. // Glamour;Aug93, Vol. 91 Issue 8, p124
Focuses on the practice of couples of keeping secret codes. Television program `Seinfeld''s episode on the secret code of a character couple; Getting private feelings across; Creating a spirit of togetherness; Sample secret codes of four couples.
- Will we last? Dormen, Lesley // Glamour;Aug93, Vol. 91 Issue 8, p206
Discusses eight signals to determine if a new relationship will last. Sharing a common vision; Sense of humor that jibes; Treatment of partner's friends and family; Sexual compatibility; Open communication lines; Accepting one's true nature; Financial matters; Handling conflicts.
- No complaints. Greenman, Catherine // Cosmopolitan;Feb1994, Vol. 216 Issue 2, p56
Reflects on the positive aspects of not complaining. Characteristics of chronic complainers, intermittent complainers and noncomplainers; Author's conscious effort to obey her self-imposed rule of not complaining; Noncomplainers as insightful enough to know their limitations; Acting in a...