Behaving Badly: Aversive Behaviors in Interpersonal Relationships

Behaving Badly: Aversive Behaviors in Interpersonal Relationships

2001 | ISBN-10: 1557987165 | 320 Pages | PDF | 19 MB

Most of us spend our lives craving positive, healthy connections with others, but relationships are often the source of many of life's greatest frustrations. Behaving Badly takes a uniquely honest look at the dark side of relating with others. How can the loved one who raises your spirits one day be an insensitive jerk the next? Why is it that the closer people become, the greater the likelihood that they will offend, embarrass, annoy, and hurt one another? Some of the most commonly experienced aversive phenomenon are explored in this book, including teasing, swearing, gossiping, and betrayal. These aversive behaviors have profound implications for the process of social interaction, and this book fills a gap by gathering the most interesting research on this oft-overlooked area of study. Rich in research and vivid examples, the chapters of this volume explore these behaviors through the eyes of both victims and perpetrators, often revealing the hidden benefits of aversive behavior. Social psychologists, clinicians, therapists, and anyone interested in those aggravating elements of relationships should read this book.

Download:

http://longfiles.com/jocqsakoy6ox/Behaving_Badly_Aversive_Behaviors_in_Interpersonal_Relationships.pdf.html

[Fast Download] Behaving Badly: Aversive Behaviors in Interpersonal Relationships


Ebooks related to "Behaving Badly: Aversive Behaviors in Interpersonal Relationships" :
Homosexualities: Psychogenesis, Polymorphism, and Countertransference
Unforbidden Pleasures
A History of Relevance
Psychology Statistics for Dummies
The Wiley Handbook on the Psychology of Violence
Geropsychological Interventions in Long-Term Care
On Becoming a Better Therapist: Evidence-Based Practice One Client at a Time, 2nd edition
Virtual Sociocultural Convergence
Biological Aspects of Suicidal Behavior
Animals in Translation: Using the Mysteries of Autism to Decode Animal Behavior
Copyright Disclaimer:
This site does not store any files on its server. We only index and link to content provided by other sites. Please contact the content providers to delete copyright contents if any and email us, we'll remove relevant links or contents immediately.