By Harold H. Kelley, John G. Holmes, Norbert L. Kerr, Harry T. Reis, Caryl E. Rusbult, Paul A. M. Van Lange
The Atlas of Interpersonal occasions offers a scientific theoretical account for knowing the effect of occasions on styles of social interplay. dependent round descriptions of twenty-one of the most typical events that individuals come upon day-by-day, this research provides the instruments had to know how these events impact interpersonal habit. those descriptions are freestanding; each one delivering research, examine examples, and daily descriptions of the prototypical scenario. The authors construct upon interdependence thought, which stresses the style within which results are decided by means of the constitution of interpersonal interplay. This research makes transparent precisely what's "social" approximately "social psychology."
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For her outcomes in the MPC component, her outcomes are ﬁve units higher when Eamon cleans than when he does not. 5 for the lower row. We calculate the third component for Kyoko (the MJC component) by comparing her outcomes in the major diagonal of the matrix – from upper left to lower right – with those in the minor diagonal – from upper right to lower left. (This is a simple calculation of what is known in statistics as the “interaction effect” between the two causal variables constituted by their respective actions.
The pattern is one in which a mild difference in preferences about what to do is pitted against a shared and strong desire to do something together. 6 shows, in its simplest form “Hero” involves only the two components of BAC and MJC, oriented to each other so that the BAC component interferes with the coordination required by the MJC component. The name derives from an assumed episode in which both persons are about to select their most preferred options, but one, seeing that their doing so will result in needlessly poor outcomes for both, acts as a “hero” and volunteers to go along with what the partner most desires.
They act to limit or encourage others’ behavior out of concern for its outcome consequences. Taking account of those various facts, we believe that “outcomes” provide the best initial focus for the analysis of interdependence, providing the most useful foundation for the analysis of interaction events. Outcome Interdependence 25 2. What are the purposes of being abstract in the representation of a situation? In characterizing interdependence in terms of outcomes, we identify abstract categories of situations each of which includes large numbers of diverse concrete situations.
An Atlas of Interpersonal Situations by Harold H. Kelley, John G. Holmes, Norbert L. Kerr, Harry T. Reis, Caryl E. Rusbult, Paul A. M. Van Lange