Behaving Badly: Aversive Behaviors in Interpersonal Relationships / Edition 1

Behaving Badly: Aversive Behaviors in Interpersonal Relationships / Edition 1

by Robin M. Kowalski
     
 

ISBN-10: 1557987165

ISBN-13: 9781557987167

Pub. Date: 01/28/2001

Publisher: American Psychological Association

Explores aversive behaviors — such as gossiping, betrayal, and insens itivity — that lead to so much dissatisfaction in our most intimate r elationships. The content of the book is novel — very little researc h or theoretical attention has been given to such negative aspects of relationships, although we all have experienced them.  See more details below

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Explores aversive behaviors — such as gossiping, betrayal, and insens itivity — that lead to so much dissatisfaction in our most intimate r elationships. The content of the book is novel — very little researc h or theoretical attention has been given to such negative aspects of relationships, although we all have experienced them.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781557987167
Publisher:
American Psychological Association
Publication date:
01/28/2001
Edition description:
1 ED
Pages:
333
Product dimensions:
7.34(w) x 10.33(h) x 1.14(d)

Table of Contents

Aversive Interpersonal Behaviors: On Being Annoying, Thoughtless, and Mean
Robin M. Kowalski
Breaches of Propriety
Rowland S. Miller
You***!!! Swearing as an Aversive and a Relational Activity
Alaina M. Winters and Steve Duck
Aversive Self-Presentations
Roos Vonk
The Aversive Interpersonal Context of Depression: Emerging Perspectives on Depressotypic Behavior
Jennifer Katz and Thomas E. Joiner, Jr.
Hurt Feelings: The Neglected Emotion
Mark R. Leary and Carrie A. Springer
Permitted Disrespect: Teasing in Interpersonal Interactions
Robin M. Kowalski, Elsie Howerton, and Michelle McKenzie
Rumor and Gossip in Interpersonal Interaction and Beyond: A social Exchange Perspective
Ralph L. Rosnow
Interpersonal Transgressions and Betrayals
Warren H. Jones, Danny S. Moore, Arianne Schratterr, and
Laura M. Negel
Aversive Behavior and Aggression in Cultural Perspective
James T. Tedeschi and Michael Harris Bond
The Aversive Side of Social Interaction Revisited
Robin M. Kowalski

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