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This article describes the development of a measure of role conflict. Role conflict was conceptualized as consisting of four dimensions intrasender, intersender, interrotle, and personrole conflict respectively. Study 1 N 65, which was conducted to pilot test the 96 item questionnaire reduced...
This study examined the impact of perceived threat and cohesion on the ability of groups to solve problems in a situation of social conflict. The selfreports and behaviors of 31 groups of college males were studied within a comprehensive, strategic simulation of intergroup conflict. The...
Individuals sometimes feel compelled to confront a ruleviolator. Because the goal of a confrontation is to stop the objectionable action, the violator may feel that his or her autonomy is being threatened and may resist complying. To reduce the likelihood of negative outcomes, confronters are...
In two experiments on reactions to persistent annoyance from another person, participants employed a very orderly verbal escalation sequence that fit a cascading Guttman scale. This began with requests and moved on to demands, and then to complaints, angry statements, threats, harassment, and...
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