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Predicting constructive communication using the theory of planned behavior / Tina Krznarić, Željka Kamenov.

By: Krznarić, Tina.
Contributor(s): Kamenov, Željka [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 42-43 str.Other title: Predicting constructive communication using the theory of planned behavior [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 5.06 | constructive communication; theory of planned relationship; close relationships | constructive communication; theory of planned relationship; close relationshipsOnline resources: Elektronička verzija In: IARR Mini-Conference, "Self-Regulation and Close Relationships" str. 42-43Abstract: The theory of planned behavior, which emphasizes cognitive self-regulation as an important aspect of human behavior, is one of the most frequently used models in predicting human behavior. However, this theory was not often considered to predict behaviors in close relationships. One of the main aspects of a healthy relationship is constructive communication, especially during conflicts. The ways in which couples resolve conflicts are predictive for divorce, and correlate with the satisfaction and quality of a relationship. The aim of this research was to examine weather constructive communication during conflict, measured by The Communication Patterns Questionnaire, can be predicted by the variables proposed in the theory of planned behavior. A questionnaire assessing attitudes, subjective norms and perceived control over the constructive communication as the behavior of interest was constructed and applied to young adults in committed relationships. A month later the actual behavior during conflicts was assessed.
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The theory of planned behavior, which emphasizes cognitive self-regulation as an important aspect of human behavior, is one of the most frequently used models in predicting human behavior. However, this theory was not often considered to predict behaviors in close relationships. One of the main aspects of a healthy relationship is constructive communication, especially during conflicts. The ways in which couples resolve conflicts are predictive for divorce, and correlate with the satisfaction and quality of a relationship. The aim of this research was to examine weather constructive communication during conflict, measured by The Communication Patterns Questionnaire, can be predicted by the variables proposed in the theory of planned behavior. A questionnaire assessing attitudes, subjective norms and perceived control over the constructive communication as the behavior of interest was constructed and applied to young adults in committed relationships. A month later the actual behavior during conflicts was assessed.

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