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Titolo:
PHYSIOLOGICAL, AFFECTIVE, AND BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSES TO INTERPERSONAL CONFLICT AMONG MALES FROM FAMILIES WITH DIFFERENT LEVELS OF COHESION AND ADAPTABILITY
Autore:
LARKIN KT; FRAZER NL; SEMENCHUK EM;
Indirizzi:
W VIRGINIA UNIV,DEPT PSYCHOL,POB 6040 MORGANTOWN WV 26506
Titolo Testata:
Journal of psychopathology and behavioral assessment
fascicolo: 3, volume: 18, anno: 1996,
pagine: 239 - 254
SICI:
0882-2689(1996)18:3<239:PAABTI>2.0.ZU;2-8
Fonte:
ISI
Lingua:
ENG
Soggetto:
3-D CIRCUMPLEX MODEL; FACES-III; STRESS; ENVIRONMENT; VALIDATION; REACTIVITY;
Keywords:
FAMILY ENVIRONMENT; CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSE TO STRESS; INTERPERSONAL CONFLICT; BEHAVIORAL RESPONSE TO STRESS; FAMILY COHESION; FAMILY ADAPTABILITY;
Tipo documento:
Article
Natura:
Periodico
Settore Disciplinare:
Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences
Citazioni:
32
Recensione:
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Citazione:
K.T. Larkin et al., "PHYSIOLOGICAL, AFFECTIVE, AND BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSES TO INTERPERSONAL CONFLICT AMONG MALES FROM FAMILIES WITH DIFFERENT LEVELS OF COHESION AND ADAPTABILITY", Journal of psychopathology and behavioral assessment, 18(3), 1996, pp. 239-254

Abstract

To examine the relation between characteristics of a person's family of origin and cardiovascular behavioral, cognitive, and affective response to interpersonal conflict, responses of 15 young males from families raced as extreme (EXT) on scales of cohesion (enmeshed or disengaged) or adaptability (chaotic or rigid) were compared to those of 25 young males from families rated as balanced (BAL) on measures of cohesion and adaptability. Subjects participated in two interpersonal role-play conflict situations, one with a male confederate and the other witha female confederate. Measures of heart rate (HR), blood pressure, and indices of both positive and negative verbal and nonverbal behaviorswere obtained during each scenario and self-reported measures of positive and negative cognitive self-statements and affective response were obtained following each conflict scene. Results showed that in contrast to BAL males, EXT males exhibited more negative verbal and nonverbal behavior less positive nonverbal behavior; higher ratings of state anxiousness during conflict, and higher HR responses during the interaction with the male confederate than the female confederate. These findings suggest that exposure to a family environment with extreme levels of cohesion and adaptability impacts how an individual responds to interpersonal conflict in young adulthood.

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