2 edition of psychology of escalation found in the catalog.
psychology of escalation
Jack L. Snyder
in Santa Monica, Calif. : Rand Corp., 1978
Written in English
|LC Classifications||MLCM 83/6498 (D)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||87 p. ; 28 cm.|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||79110478|
escalation (see especially Sleesman and colleagues, ; Staw, ). Exploring the opposite promises to move the conversation in that direction (Camerer & Weber, , p. 80, discusses this point). More specifically, escalation theorists tend to assume that behavior is driven by a small set of one-direc-tional forces. Yet beleaguered managers File Size: KB. Deviant behavior is any behavior that is contrary to the dominant norms of are many different theories on what causes a person to perform deviant behavior, including biological explanations, sociological explanations, as well as psychological sociological explanations for deviant behavior focus on how social structures, forces, and relationships foster Author: Ashley Crossman.
De-escalation techniques Speak slowly and confidently with a gentle, caring tone of voice. Stay calm and take it slow. Avoid nervous behavior. Use non-threatening body language. No touching, shouting or sudden movement. Reduce distractions (ask others to leave, turn off TV, etc.). Use clear Size: KB. Abstract. This book contains eight sections, each consisting of several papers. Some of the paper titles are: On Numbing and Feeling; The Mirror Image in Soviet-American Relations; Empathizing with the Soviet Government; Decision Making in Crises; The Nature and Control of Escalation; Cognitive Perspectives on Foreign Policy; and Deterrence, the Spiral Model and Intentions of the Adversary.
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