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Conflict Management Week 4

by: Rachel Vigil

Conflict Management Week 4 SPCM 436

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Conflict Mgmt & Communication
Veliquette, Abigail J
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rachel Vigil on Sunday September 18, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SPCM 436 at Colorado State University taught by Veliquette, Abigail J in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views.


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Date Created: 09/18/16
Week 4:  Intransal Oxytocin  Neuroendocrine response  Salivary cortisol  47 heterosexual  Hypothesis o Oxytocin might affect communication and stress responsiveness in human couples  Results o Similar demographics o Oxytocin increases positive behavior during conflict o Placebo shows no change o Boys groups showed no change during discussion o Oxytocin group= lower cortisol after conflict o Men vs Women  Didn’t differ between placebo and oxytocin group  Application o Nonverbal behaviors  Positive vs negative o Day to Day  Physiological states are always changing  Physiological factors have a huge role  Not always in perfect control  Research o 52 males o Men who were given to oxytocin gazed longer and was able to communicate better o Eye contact is positive communication  Parents are more secure than their children and use more prosocial conflict management styles o Relationship experience effect and maturity effect  Being secure and having a secure partner associated with satisfaction as was owning a collaborative conflict style  Attachment Collaborating Satisfactory  Proximal Influences o Conflict comes as an unexpected surprise o Conflict involves the behavior of both people  Physiological Reactions o Fight or Flight response o Flooding  Overwhelming amount of arousal to the physiological system o Men vs. Women  Men have more physiological senses in conflict  Males aren’t taught how to express their emotions so anger is a first resort. o Impact of physiological reactions o Lack of response  Anger o Is it blameworthy and are there undesirable consequences  Frustration  Reproach  Anger  Resentment  Friend got a job that you didn’t…  Antecedents  Sadness & Pain  Stress


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