In the context of therapy, we try to learn to understand the relationship between our symptoms and what is currently going on in our life and to find ways of dealing with the interpersonal
problems, and thereby reducing the symptoms of the depression.
Research has shown that younger adults who highly value independence and control have a higher risk for depression after adverse life events than do those who place great importance on interpersonal
The articles of this special issue seek to interact with this debate by exploring the manner in which personal relationships and, in turn, the interpersonal
nature of community and identity on a local level, have significantly influenced subjects which are frequently conceived of in much broader, impersonal terms, such as migration, urban poverty, nationality, imperialism, state institutions, and the Great War.
Editorial will include articles that examine how the brain mediates social cognition, interpersonal
exchanges, affective/group interactions, genetic and environmental influences, and all neuroscience techniques, including imaging methods, case studies and post-mortem studies.
Previous studies have helped us understand the values patients place on technical and interpersonal
quality in a primary care setting.
G5 focuses on ending child sexual abuse through transformative justice responses to interpersonal
Key words: intrapersonal empowerment, interpersonal
empowerment, community/political empowerment, social support, social learning, leadership
Recent research suggests that interpersonal
stress, in particular, is associated with IBS (Am.
aspect of the accommodation is largely neglected.
The success of therapy depends on the creation and development of a highly complex interpersonal
relationship" between the patient and the doctor, Mango says.
Those characteristics include focusing on clients' assets and development, taking into account clients' interpersonal
and environmental context, and employing the counseling relationship as a central mechanism for promoting change (Ginter, 1989; Ginter & Bonney, 1993; Hershenson & Power, 1987).
In the interpersonal
domain, coping styles such as initiation and enhancement were strongly associated with high self-esteem (Carpenter & Scot, 1992).