Principles of Interpersonal Power Types of Power
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What is Interpersonal Power?
The ability to influence another person's decision or action
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What is a Parallel Relationship?
A relationship that is not purely complementary or symmetric
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What is an Interdependent Relationship?
When two individuals are mutually satisfying each other's needs
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What is a Submissive Symmetric Relationship?
Relationship in which neither partner wants to take control
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What is a Dependent Relationship?
One person has a greater need for the partner to satisfy his or her needs
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What is a Complementary Relationship?
One partner usually dominates and the other submits
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What are Recognition, Acknowledgment, and Endorsement?
The stages of The Confirming Behaviour Theory
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What is a Parallel Relationship?
A shifting back and forth of the power between the partners, depending on the situation
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What is Relational Stability?
Occurs when partners reach an agreement about power in their relationship
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What is a Competitive Symmetric Relationship?
Exists when both partners are vying for control or dominance over the other person




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