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Communication patters in conflicts of romantic couples with anxious and non-anxious attachment style
Kuldová, Adéla ; Lindová, Jitka (advisor) ; Bártová, Klára (referee)
Meaningful and fulfilling relationships are one of the essential pillars of human satisfaction. However, maintaining close relationships takes considerable effort and cannot be done without mutual communication, of which conflict resolution is an integral part. Each individual has a distinctive communication style, which is linked to a form of attachment formed in early childhood. However, the area of anxious attachment and communication patterns is not sufficiently researched. The intention of this research is to observe the communication patterns of partners with anxious attachment during a conflict situation. Only four communication patterns appear in the literature - cycling negativity, demand-withdraw, mutual avoidance, and constructive communication. Although the topic of partner communication is very broad, negative communication patterns in partners with an anxiety profile have been denied attention. My aim is to a) examine whether previously undescribed communication patterns occur during conflict resolution, and b) describe what these communication patterns are.
Ontogeny of women's nonverbal displays during their interaction with opposite sex
Slavíková, Kateřina ; Lindová, Jitka (advisor) ; Hejtmánek, Lukáš (referee)
Ethological researchers have been investigated a behaviour of couples when they meet for the first time in the long time. Studies are focused especially on the behaviour in the courtship context. Courtship is a process in which possible mating partners express interest about each other and it can lead to formation of romantic relationship. However, the studies focused on this behaviour of younger people in the same situation are missing. We are interested about behaviour of adolescents, the group of people which starts to step off the isosexual groups (typical for children), to manifest an interest in the opposite sex and to create the first romantic relationships. The aim of this study is to investigate how adolescent girls and adult women behave when they meet an unknown partner for the first time, how the behaviour changes in two situations - the first meeting and after one hour interaction, and which differences we can see in the behaviour of adolescents and adult women. Own research was based on the analyse of video recordings of couples who were recorded in standard environment by hidden camera. There were two situations - the interaction when the unknown couple meet at the first time and the interaction of the same couple when they know each other one hour. The video recordings of ten...

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