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Apego adulto by Judith Feeney, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Apego adulto y conflicto: acotando su relación. Judith A. Feeney. University of Queensland. Abstract. In couple relationships, intense or protracted conflict can. Request PDF on ResearchGate | Apego adulto y conflicto: acotando su relación | In couple Judith Feeney at The University of Queensland.

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Immediately before one scene the ‘leisure scene’each member of the couple was separately primed to argue for a different leisure activity, to be undertaken in a time previously set aside for shared couple activity.

Attachment style, communication patterns, and satisfaction across the life cycle of marriage.

Apego adulto y conflicto: acotando su relación

Importantly, research suggests that the negative effects of adults’ insecurity and destructive responses to conflict are not confined to the couple relationship.

At these sessions, couples completed questionnaire measures of attachment: Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 17, Toward a conceptualization or interpersonal rejection. In the first study Feeney,participants in dating relationships reported on feeneg frequency with which they experienced anger in their relationship. In a more detailed analysis of hurtful events Feeney,Structural Equations Modeling was used to develop integrative models of the longer-term effects of these events on the victim continued worry and lack of confidence and on the couple relationship continued distrust and distancing.

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Similarly, Simpson, Rholes, and Phillipsin another laboratory study of conflict in dating couples, found that the detrimental effects of anxiety and avoidance on couples’ interactions patterns and levels of distress were more pronounced for couples who were asked to discuss major, rather than minor, conflicts. Given theoretical links among attachment insecurity, psychological hurt and difficulties with affect regulation, we would expect individual differences in attachment security to constitute an important source of differences in perceptions of, and responses to, hurtful events.

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Beyond these ‘main effects’, it is possible that interactive effects may occur – that is, the effect of one person’s avoidance or anxiety may depend on the partner’s attachment profile. Human Communication Research, 10, In a retrospective study of diverse relationship types, Leary, Springer, Negel, Ansell, and Evans reported that victims described six types of hurtful events: Adult attachment and affect regulation. These strategies are characteristic of those high in attachment anxiety preoccupied or anxious-ambivalent.

Hurt feelings in couple relationships: Dealing with anger and hurt. When predicting effects on the relationship, avoidance was the important attachment dimension.

In particular, the experience of anger is associated with tension, impulsiveness and a tendency to engage in destructive behaviour. Distance regulation involves seeking opportunities for both separateness autonomy and closeness connection. Personal Relationships, 6, Interpersonal perception between intimates: Insecurity – particularly attachment anxiety – is associated with high levels of conflict, and with maladaptive responses such as coercion and conflict avoidance.

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Theory, research, and clinical implications pp. The next study to be discussed Feeney, was designed to examine parent-child conflict, and to assess the implications of parental attachment and conflict behavior for offspring’s relational adjustment attachment security and loneliness.

Finally, a series of ambiguous messages was used to assess spouses’ accuracy at exchanging positive, neutral and negative nonverbal messages negative messages are particularly relevant here, as they imply disagreement or disapproval.

To assess links between parental attachment security and conflict behavior, parents’ attachment scores were correlated with their reports of parent-child conflict. Although some of these specific conditions such as the presence of unfamiliar persons may elicit attachment behavior only in helpless infants, the broad typology is applicable to adult behavior. These effects are consistent with the generational stake hypothesis: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 61, Re-analyses assessing interactive effects were conducted at a later date, and focused specifically on participants’ responses to partner distancing.

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Interestingly, however, anxious wives with anxious husbands reported less coercion than those with low-anxious husbands. The major focus was on responses to partner’s distancing; this type of core relational conflict is likely to be seen as threatening the future of the relationship, and hence, to activate attachment behavior.

The association between maternal avoidance and loneliness was mediated by low maternal problem-solving, and the association between paternal anxiety and loneliness was mediated by both paternal attacking and low paternal problem-solving.

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Toward a discourse analysis of adolescent and adult security. Write a customer review. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 21 For both husbands and wives, avoidance and anxiety were related negatively to mutuality, and positively to all three scales measuring destructive responses to conflict coercion, destructive process, and post-conflict distress ; generally, the correlations tended apeo be slightly stronger for the anxiety dimension of attachment.

Feendy contrast, those identifying as anxious-ambivalent reported craving more closeness and affection.

Together, these two studies provide substantial evidence than insecure individuals experience more frequent and intense anger than secure individuals, and are feeneyy likely to ‘bottle up’ their anger or respond in other maladaptive ways.