Iyed Smed

  • Graphic–that is, the characteristics that define significant-other know-how are varied, which includes assumed qualities, habits, as well as the like, and these options are distinct to every person and to the specific relationship–and also, by definition, steady more than time. The relationship with all the significant other can also be unique…[Read more]

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    Idual behavior as the result of context-SIS3 specific cues and tends to make use of long-term memory storage in a dynamic way–that is, emphasizing both what the person brings to the table from individual experience and the situational cues that trigger such practical experience. We present the social-cognitive model of transference as well as the…[Read more]

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    L have an effect on is expressed (as unobtrusively recorded), and this happens quiteFrontiers in Psychology | http://www.frontiersin.orgJanuary 2016 | Volume 6 | ArticleAndersen et al.Contextual Variability in Personalityquickly–that is, as one particular reads the relevant characteristics presented NalysesWe also analyzed the qualitative data arising…[Read more]

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    Categories of safe or insecure attachment, assessed by self-report (e.g., Hazan and Shaver, 1987; Bartholomew, 1990; Griffin and Bartholomew, 1994; Pietromonaco and Barrett, 2000; Mikulincer and Shaver, 2007). Although the latter function as a broadFrontiers in Psychology | http://www.frontiersin.SB-431542 web orgJanuary 2016 | Volume 6 | ArticleAndersen…[Read more]

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    Categories of secure or insecure attachment, assessed by self-report (e.g., Hazan and Shaver, 1987; Bartholomew, 1990; Griffin and Bartholomew, 1994; Pietromonaco and Barrett, 2000; Mikulincer and Shaver, 2007). Although the latter function as a broadFrontiers in Psychology | http://www.frontiersin.orgJanuary 2016 | Volume six | ArticleAndersen et…[Read more]

  • Iyed Smed posted an update 3 weeks ago

    Has remained rather atypical (although see, e.g., Lamiell, 1981; McAdams, 1996; and see also Larson and Csikszentmihalyi, 1983; Fournier et al., 2002; Conner et al., 2009). Our model with the relational self and transference (Andersen and Chen, 2002) draws from both individual construct theory (Kelly, 1955) and Mischel’s later notion with the…[Read more]

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    Categories of secure or insecure attachment, assessed by self-report (e.g., Hazan and Shaver, 1987; Bartholomew, 1990; Griffin and Bartholomew, 1994; Pietromonaco and Barrett, 2000; Mikulincer and Shaver, 2007). Though the latter function as a broadFrontiers in Psychology | http://www.frontiersin.orgJanuary 2016 | Volume six | ArticleAndersen et…[Read more]

  • Iyed Smed posted an update 3 weeks, 4 days ago

    Ill come to be the functioning self-concept at that time.Self-RegulationIn addition to shifts in the working self-concept as a function with the implicit activation of a significant-other representation, contextual self-regulation is also evoked in transference. One particular example of this can be when adverse self-with-significant-other…[Read more]

  • Iyed Smed posted an update 3 weeks, 4 days ago

    By way of example, study on self-affirmation and relational selves from an additional lab suggests that individuals who see relational selfaspects as particularly critical to their identity, can readily keep a positive sense of self within the face of threat (e.g., adverse feedback on an aptitude test) by focusing on these certain aspects in the…[Read more]

  • Iyed Smed posted an update 3 weeks, 6 days ago

    N emphasized transference inside the therapeutic context. However, he also discussed its occurrence in daily life and did so greater than Freud did. We, naturally, emphasize significant-other representations and their association in memory together with the self, and also the processes by which they’re brought to mind in new interpersonal…[Read more]

  • Iyed Smed posted an update 3 weeks, 6 days ago

    Analysis in other labs has shown that transference is additional likely to happen when the person isexperiencing a circadian rhythm mismatch (it truly is the incorrect time of day for him/her, Kruglanski and Pierro, 2008), or is higher in need for closure (Pierro and Kruglanski, 2008), or just isn’t inclined to engage in careful assessment (Pierro…[Read more]

  • Iyed Smed posted an update 4 weeks ago

    L influence is expressed (as unobtrusively recorded), and this happens quiteFrontiers in Psychology | http://www.frontiersin.orgJanuary 2016 | Volume 6 | ArticleNalysesWe also analyzed the qualitative information arising from interviews plus the Andersen et al.Contextual Variability in Personalityquickly–that is, as 1 reads the relevant functions…[Read more]

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