Published 1984 .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Statement||by Anita White.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 111,  leaves|
|Number of Pages||111|
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This theory would predict that you would choose Tuesday or later for a meeting in order to maximize the potential for positive interaction and any possible rewards that may result.
One theory involves the avoidance of fear while the other focuses on the pursuit of reward, and together they provide a point of reference as we continue our.
When people communicate, they often adapt their interaction styles to one another. For example, they may match each other's behavior, synchronize the timing of behavior, or behave in dissimilar ways.
This volume analyzes these dyadic interaction patterns and builds a case for a new theory of adaptation: Interaction Adaptation Theory (IAT), which draws the soundest principles from.
Dyadic as an adjective, describes the interaction between two things, e.g. of Dyad (sociology) for interaction between a pair of individuals. A dyad can be linked via general communication, romantic interest, family relation, interests, work, partners in crime, and so on.
It may specifically refer to. Informal dyadic communication includes talking to friends or with family members. When you talk over video chat, make phone calls, or share memories at the dining room table, you are having dyadic communication.
As you can see, dyadic communication comes in several forms. Your communication depends on what kinds of situations you find yourself.