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Social acuity has been identified as an important skill in promoting positive interpersonal and psychological functioning. Because research examining the accuracy of depressives' social perceptions has revealed inconsistent findings, the authors proposed that it may be helpful to consider the...
This article reports on linguistic features and patterns of coherence in two levels (mild and advanced) of discourse produced by Alzheimer's patients. It argues and demonstrates that as the disease progresses, the discourse of Alzheimer's patients becomes pregrammatical in that it is vocabulary...
Important methodological issues continue to cloud interpretation of results on depression and the response of others. Four such issues−strangers versus acquaintances as respondents, symptom specificity, length of relationship, and gender of target subjects and respondents−were empirically...
This study sought to determine whether social skills deficits are a vulnerability factor in the development of psychosocial problems. In the first month of a semester, 227 students completed a laboratory interaction, measures of various components of social skills, and measures of the following...
The family communication environments of school-age children in Grades 1, 4, 6, and 7 were measured using “talking picture books” containing dialogues representing various types of family communication. Children listened to the dialogues and examined cartoon pictures depicting different...
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