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Psychology

Theses/Dissertations

William & Mary

1989

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The Relationship Between Husband-Wife/Assertiveness-Nonassertiveness And Marital Satisfaction, Jerry Douglas Kiser Jan 1989

The Relationship Between Husband-Wife/Assertiveness-Nonassertiveness And Marital Satisfaction, Jerry Douglas Kiser

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

This study was designed to examine the relationship between husband-wife/assertiveness-nonassertiveness and the level of marital satisfaction. One hundred seventy married couples, who volunteered to participate, served as the sample for the study. Each individual completed the Rathus Assertiveness Schedule (RAS) and the Dyadic Adjustment Scale (DAS). Based on the RAS scores of the husband and wife, the couple was assigned to one of four groups. The four groupings were: (1) Husband and wife were both assertive. (2) The husband was assertive and the wife was nonassertive. (3) The husband was nonassertive and the wife was assertive. (4) The husband ...


Coping With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A Manual For Parents And Teachers, Christine H. A. Peterson Jan 1989

Coping With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A Manual For Parents And Teachers, Christine H. A. Peterson

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Disagreements In Relationships: The Attributions Partners Make, Sherry Lynne Hamby Jan 1989

Disagreements In Relationships: The Attributions Partners Make, Sherry Lynne Hamby

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Generation Boundaries In Divorced And Intact Families, Barry Lee Funkhouser Jan 1989

Generation Boundaries In Divorced And Intact Families, Barry Lee Funkhouser

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No abstract provided.


Differential Family Characteristics Of High And Low Aggressive Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Cynthia Ann Lease Jan 1989

Differential Family Characteristics Of High And Low Aggressive Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Cynthia Ann Lease

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No abstract provided.


Effects Of Mood State On Memory For Positive, Negative, Neutral, And Humorous Phrases In College Students, Cecile Burford Mcaninch Jan 1989

Effects Of Mood State On Memory For Positive, Negative, Neutral, And Humorous Phrases In College Students, Cecile Burford Mcaninch

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No abstract provided.


Self-Report Measures Of Family Hierarchy: Construct And Predictive Validity, Richard J. Wilson Jan 1989

Self-Report Measures Of Family Hierarchy: Construct And Predictive Validity, Richard J. Wilson

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No abstract provided.


Measuring Certain Cognitive Traits In Depressed Mothers And Their Children: A Controlled Study, James Allen Correll Jan 1989

Measuring Certain Cognitive Traits In Depressed Mothers And Their Children: A Controlled Study, James Allen Correll

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

This study used self-report measures of self-esteem, locus of control, and anxiety to contrast the thinking styles of depressed mothers and their children. The resulting profiles were then compared with those of a control group of non-depressed mothers and children in an effort to document differences on the dependent variable measures.;Mothers were admitted to the depressed group if they were currently in treatment for either major depression or dysthymia. Significant depressive symptoms also had to be documented in a self-report depression inventory. Mothers for the control group could have no history of depression or other significant psychiatric disorder.;Children ...