Boundary Areas in Social and Developmental Psychology by John C. Masters

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On each of the three days of data collection, the children were asked to describe six facets of each relationship using a series of 7-point Likert items: (1) prosocial support, (2) intimacy, (3) companionship, (4) similarity, (5) affection, and, (6) quarreling. 76 ^Minimum rating = 1. Maximum rating = 7. Significant effects are described in the text. central facets of friendship (Furman & Bierman, in press), whereas the last one (quarreling) was included so as to provide information about antagonistic interactions.

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It should also be recognized that one can differentiate not only between the perspectives of insiders and outsiders but between the perspectives of 26 Wyndol Furman different insiders. All relationships have at least two insiders, and their views are likely to differ. For example, Gottman, Notarius, Markman, Bank, Yoppi, and Rubin (1976) asked distressed and nondistressed couples to engage in a simulated conversation using a communication box. In this task, one member made a statement and then rated the intended valence of the comment.

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