1 edition of Cognition in Close Relationships found in the catalog.
|Statement||Taylor & Francis Group|
|Publishers||Taylor & Francis Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
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Communication style is important in predicting relationship success, but it is clearly not the only important factor. The coefficients for the paths from age to maturity and from maturity to negative interactions not shown in suggest that older people are more socially matured than younger people and that matured people Cognition in Close Relationships fewer negative interactions with their best friends. This shift was prompted by several key developments in the 1970s.
RELATED: For instance, if one person comes home cranky one night, someone in a happy marriage would chalk it up to a bad day at work rather than deciding their partner is a jerk and the marriage is doomed. Empirical evidence varies, with some research suggesting that negative interactions tend to be specific to only one relationship ; ; whereas other research suggests that negativity generalizes to several or most relationships of some people see. Fiona can use the gap between her ideals and perceptions to help provide her with an explanation of why she is dissatisfied with her relationship: Charles is letting himself go the explanation function.spouse prior to the interview.
This may be dangerous territory for inquiry. This construct was initially developed by John Bowlby in the 1970s as a part of what is termed attachment theory as a tool to explain how pivotal interactions that infants have with caregivers continue to influence individuals as they develop into adulthood.
Results This section is organized as follows. Discussion Results from this study indicate that a negative interactions for all relationships except spouse do appear to decrease with age, b contact frequency appears to best explain this age difference, and c negative interactions are moderately to highly correlated across relationships. Rather, they attach more or less importance independently across these three categories. The first explanation suggests that with increasing age people mature.
The first application of attachment theory to adult romantic relationships was published by Cindy Hazan and Phillip Shaver in 1987, triggering a massive surge of theorizing and research dealing with adult attachment. The material is presented in a manner that assumes that readers have at least some familiarity with social cognition.a slight increase in old age after Cognition in Close Relationships steady decline from young age through middle age in the relationships with mother and father in Japan are also explained by increased contact with mother and father in old age.
Research suggests that individuals do not differ simply in whether they set their mate standards as demanding or modest.
We hypothesized that people socially mature with age and that social maturity would reduce negative interactions across all relationships.
Hypothesis 2-1: Social maturity will affect the age-related decline of negative interactions similarly for all close relationships in the two countries.