Additional Reading

6 12 2009

Some of our readers have expressed an interest into where we get our information.
The following are sources we have used in our advice writing.

Caughlin, John P., and Anita L. Vangelisti. “An individual difference explanation of why married couples engage in the demand/withdraw pattern of conflict.” Journal of Social & Personal Relationships 17.4/5 (2000): 523-52. Ebscot Host. Web. 23 Sept. 2009. .

Hocker, Joyce L. Willmont, William W. “Interpersonal Conflict” McGraw Hill. 2007

Greeff, Abraham P., and Tanya De Bruyne. “Conflict Management Style and Marital Satisfaction.” Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy; 26.4 (2000): 321-34. Ebsco Host. Web. 26 Sept. 2009. .

Noller, P., and N. Roberts. “Withdrawal in the interactions of violent and nonviolent couples.” Australian Journal of Psychology 55 (2003): 55-56. Ebscot Host. Web. 13 Sept. 2009. .

Segrin, Chris, Alesia Hanzal, and Tricia J. Domschke. “Accuracy and Bias in Newlywed Couples’ Perceptions of Conflict Styles and the Association with Marital Satisfaction.” Communication Monographs 76.2 (2009): 207-33. Ebsco Host. Web. 26 Sept. 2009. .

Vogel, David L., and Benjamin Karney. “Demands and withdrawal in newlyweds: Elaborating on the social structure hypothesis.” Journal of Social & Personal Relationships 19.5 (2002): 685-702. Ebsco Host. Web. 18 Sept. 2009. .

Wright, Courtney N., and Micheal E. Roloff. “Relational Commitment and the Silent Treatment.” Communication Research Reports 26.1 (2009): 12-21. Ebsco Host. Web. 20 Sept. 2009. .

Hope these help our readers help themselves,

Alyse & James

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