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Title Aversive interpersonal behaviors / edited by Robin M. Kowalski.

Published New York : Plenum Press, [1997]
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Physical description 1 online resource (xiv, 245 pages) : illustrations.
Series The Plenum series in social/clinical psychology
The language of science
Plenum series in social/clinical psychology.
Language of science.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents The underbelly of social interaction : aversive interpersonal behaviors / Robin M. Kowalski -- We always hurt the ones we love : aversive interactions in close relationships / Rowland S. Miller -- Making someone feel guilty : causes, strategies, and consequences / Kristin L. Sommer and Roy F. Baumeister -- Why would anyone want to intentionally embarrass me? / William F. Sharkey -- Complaining : what's all the fuss about? / Robin M. Kowalski and Janet R. Erickson -- Blowhards, snobs, and narcissists : interpersonal reactions to excessive egotism / Mark R. Leary ... [et al.] -- Social ostracism / Kipling D. Williams -- Circuitous harm : determinants and consequences of nondirect aggression / Deborah R. Richardson and Laura R. Green -- Social allergens and the reactions that they produce : escalation of annoyance and disgust in love and work / Michael R. Cunningham, Anita P. Barbee, and Perri B. Druen -- Aversive interpersonal behaviors : an overarching framework / Robin M. Kowalski.
Summary Aversive behaviors have greater influence on social interactions than is generally acknowledged, determining personal satisfaction, interpersonal attraction, choice of partners, and the course of relationships. What motivates aversive behaviors? To what extent do they obtain desired outcomes? In what ways are they unnecessary and destructive? How do other people respond, emotionally and behaviorally? These are just a few of the many interesting questions addressed by the 16 respected researchers who contribute to Aversive Interpersonal Behaviors. Nine chapters give this heretofore neglected subject the attention it is due, probing a dark side of interpersonal relationships to understand both its destructive and adaptive nature.
Notes Description based on print version record.
Other author Kowalski, Robin M.
Subject Interpersonal relations.
Social interaction.
Interpersonal conflict.
Personality.
Interpersoonlijke relaties.
Antisociaal gedrag.
Sociale conflicten.
Zwischenmenschliche Beziehung.
Aversion.
Aufsatzsammlung.
Interpersonaler Konflikt.
Interaktion.
Interpersonal conflict.
Interpersonal relations.
Personality.
Social interaction.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781475793543 (electronic bk.)
1475793545 (electronic bk.)
0306456117
9780306456114
Standard Number 10.1007/978-1-4757-9354-3