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On The Compatibility Of Autonomy And Relatedness
H. Hodgins, R. Koestner, Neil Duncan
Published 1996 · Psychology
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The relation qf autonomy to naturally occurring social interaction was investigated in two studies using a daily recording methodology. It was expected that autonomous functioning, as measured by the General Causafity Orientations Scale, would be related to positive social experience. Study 1 examined college students' interactions with parents; Study 2 examined interactions across aU relationships. Both studies showed that autonomy was significantly related to more positive and honest naturally occurring interaction, whereas control related to more defensive functioning.
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