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Experimentell induzierter Stress in dyadischen Interaktionen : Darstellung des EISI-Experiment


Bodenmann, Guy; Perrez, Meinrad (1992). Experimentell induzierter Stress in dyadischen Interaktionen : Darstellung des EISI-Experiment. Zeitschrift für klinische Psychologie, Psychiatrie Und Psychotherapie, 40(3):263-280.

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In this article we present an experimental study (EISI-experiment: experimental induced stress in dyadic interaction), which focuses on a method for analysing individual and dyadic stress-experience and coping as well as its influence on dyadic interaction. The experiment offers a new diagnostic approach to analyse interaction processes under stress. We report the concept of our experimental design and show some first results. The findings suggest that our method is useful for the examination of stress phenomena in close relationships. It allows the investigation of interactional processes and in this context especially of "dyadic coping", a form of stress-management by couples.

Abstract

In this article we present an experimental study (EISI-experiment: experimental induced stress in dyadic interaction), which focuses on a method for analysing individual and dyadic stress-experience and coping as well as its influence on dyadic interaction. The experiment offers a new diagnostic approach to analyse interaction processes under stress. We report the concept of our experimental design and show some first results. The findings suggest that our method is useful for the examination of stress phenomena in close relationships. It allows the investigation of interactional processes and in this context especially of "dyadic coping", a form of stress-management by couples.

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Other titles:Experimentally induced stress in dyadic interactions - Review of the EISI experiment
Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Psychology
Dewey Decimal Classification:150 Psychology
Date:1992
Deposited On:27 Jul 2012 09:20
Last Modified:07 Dec 2017 14:38
Publisher:Huber
ISSN:0723-6557

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