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Responsible Assertive Behavior

Cognitive/Behavioral Procedures for Trainers

by Arthur J. Lange

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  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Research Press (IL) .
Written in English

  • Psychotherapy - Counseling,
  • Psychology,
  • Behavioural theory (Behaviourism),
  • Clinical psychology,
  • Cognition & cognitive psychology,
  • Psychotherapy,
  • Assertiveness (Psychology)

  • The Physical Object
    Number of Pages323
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8115319M
    ISBN 100878221743
    ISBN 109780878221745

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Step 2: Read the following sample situations and record in your journal whether each of the three responses given is aggressive, non-assertive or assertive (the answer key is at the end of this step).

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Looks the other way, avoids conflict, and take what seems to be the easiest way out. Never full participants on the nursing team. Lange, A., & Jakubowski, P. Responsible Assertive Behavior Cognitive/Behavioral Procedures for Trainers.

Champaign, IL Research Press. chapter 14 Assertiveness Your Responsibility Objectives On completing this chapter, you will be able to do the following: 1. Explain why assertiveness is a nursing responsibility. Differentiate among assertive, aggressive, and nonassertive (passive) behavior.

Describe three negative interactions in which nurses can get involved. Even assertive behavior in women is misunderstood to be aggressive. Both conscious and unconscious or implicit bias are at play (Zheng et al., ).

Although individual men are not responsible for these inequities, we all (men included) need to work to change our : Mary E. Maloney, Patricia Moore. caring found in assertive behavior. Aggressive behavior is not the same as anger.

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Being assertive means being able to stand up for your own or other people’s rights in a calm and positive way, without being either aggressive, or passively accepting ‘wrong’. It really depends on what kind of assertiveness skills you are talking about. Here is a list: : assertive communication - 4 Stars & Up / Personal Transformation / Self-Help: Books It is in order of relevance, only books that are 4 star.

The practice of assertiveness Assertiveness training has received much attention in recent years as a procedure for shaping assertive behaviorin ­ in the last six years, the literature has evidenced an advocation by nurses for the use of this behavioral modality for their own professional group A question to be.

Behavioral Communication is defined as a psychological construct which influences individual differences in the expression of feelings, needs, and thoughts as a substitute for more direct and open communication.

Specifically, it refers to people's tendency to express feelings, needs, and thoughts by means of indirect messages and behavioral impacts. It can be argued that much of our. Road Block: If my assertion hurts others, I am responsible for their feelings. Assertive Counterpart: Even if others are hurt by my assertive behavior, I can let them know I care for them while also being direct about what I want or need.

Although at times, they will be taken aback by my assertive behavior, they are not so vulnerable and. Behavior Management Models Chapter Objectives After studying this chapter, you should be able to •• describe what is meant by discipline, •• explain how assertive discipline is implemented, •• define logical consequences, •• illustrate how to implement the reality therapy model, ••.

Enter Manuel Smith, PhD, who wrote perhaps the first book about assertiveness, way back in In this book called When I Say No I Feel Guilty, he .For example, if the teacher says, “Take out your book and immediately get to work,” the accompanying behavior narration would be, “Kyla has taken out her book and has already gotten to work” (Assertive Discipline 64).

By utilizing behavior narration, the teacher can repeat directions in a positive, non-nagging manner and help motivate.