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101. The Ethics of Interpersonal Relationships « The Glendon ...
by Robert W. Firestone, Ph.D. Joyce Catlett, M.A. Forward by Jon Carson PsyD, Ed, ABPP. This work is an attempt to explain the source of destructive behavior and how it manifests itself in personal relationships between couples, families and in the social arena.


102. Relations between Psychological ("personality") Types
The analysis of intertype relations is an integral part of Socionics. Just by knowing the Psychological Types of two people allows one to forecast the major developments of their relationship.


103. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships | RG Journal ...
Recent scientific work has established both a theoretical basis and strong empirical evidence for a causal impact of social relationships on health. Prospective studies, which control for baseline health status, consistently show increased risk of death among persons with a low quantity, and sometimes low quality, of social relationships.


104. Building relationships is important in coaching
New Leaders in Soccer. The modern coach this book describes is an expert at both production—organizing, teaching, and driving the physical, technical, and tactical elements of the game—and relationships—getting the best out of players and teams.


105. Survey Reveals Relationships with Cars Mimic Relationships ...
Jun 04, 2013 · A new AutoTrader.com survey explores the emotional reasons why people's relationships with their cars are longer than ever before


106. Family Feud: Repairing Damaged Family Relationships
Oct 01, 2015 · Many Teens View Social Media and Text Messaging as a Space for Connection, Emotional Support – and Occasional Jealousy – in the Context of Their Relationships, Although Most Say Social Media Has a Relatively Minor Impact


107. Building Student-Faculty Relationships
Adam Duberstein, Ohio Dominican University "Have you talked with your professor yet?" is a favorite question academic advisors ask their students. More often than not, students tell their advisors that they have not engaged their teachers in meaningful conversations outside the classroom.


108. Asian Topics on Asia for Educators || Confucian Teaching
[Excerpt from the Analects of Confucius]. Zi Gong asked: "Is there any one word that can serve as a principle for the conduct of life?" Confucius said: "Perhaps the word 'reciprocity': Do not do to others what you would not want others to do to you."


109. The Ethics of Interpersonal Relationships « The Glendon ...
by Robert W. Firestone, Ph.D. Joyce Catlett, M.A. Forward by Jon Carson PsyD, Ed, ABPP. This work is an attempt to explain the source of destructive behavior and how it manifests itself in personal relationships between couples, families and in the social arena.


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