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COMM227 Chapter 5: CH 5 Gottman Book Notes - Marriage, Divorce, and Your Child's Emotional Health

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Ch 5: marriage, divorce, and your child"s emotional health. Making negative remarks about your partner"s personality, usually in a way that assigns bla
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COMM227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Type A And Type B Personality Theory, Blood Pressure, Cardiovascular Disease

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Ch 15, pp 320-327: family interaction and physical health. Three relationship variables relate to illness, disease, and mortality. Marriage and health
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COMM227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Vagal Tone

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Emotional intelligence means being aware of your child"s feelings, and being able to empathize, soothe, and guide them. Most parents fall into one of t
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COMM227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Symbolic Interactionism, John Dewey, Homeostasis

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Theory: an explanation of a fact pattern those things happen repeatedly. Developed to explain how and why certain things happen, particularly when. Exp
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COMM227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Nonverbal Communication, Interpersonal Relationship

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Communication is at the heart of most cases of marital distress. Fitzpatrick (1988) observed that there are three sets of factors that predict marital
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COMM227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Stepfamily, Nuclear Family, Dialectic

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About of all divorced people eventually remarry. Some people have qualities that make them likely candidates for divorce. First marriages are training
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COMM227 Chapter 3: CH 3 Gottman - The Five Key Steps for Emotion Coaching

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Ch 3: the five key steps for emotion coaching. The ability to feel what another person is feeling. Give credence to their experiences and help them lea
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COMM227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Longitudinal Study, Social Exchange Theory

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Normative, or predictable, family stressors can be thought of as stages in the life cycle of the family. When families undergo critical transitions, th
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COMM227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Glossary Of Riemannian And Metric Geometry, Frederick Mccubbin, Maladaptation

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Ch 10: models of family stress and coping. Family stressors: the discrete life events or transitions that have an impact upon the family unit and produ
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COMM227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Passive-Aggressive Behavior, Gossip, Family Therapy

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Ch 4: family interaction processes- power, decision making, and conflict. Beyond the dyad: triangulation in the family group. Family conflicts that eme
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COMM227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Derogation

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Avoid excessive criticism, humiliation comments, or mocking your child. Derogation is destructive to parent-child communication and to children"s self
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COMM227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Elder Abuse

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Three myths that inhibit a clear understanding of family violence. Family violence: the intentional intimidation, physical and/or sexual abuse, or batt
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