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Wired for Conflict,9780935652680

Wired for Conflict

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Format: Paperback
Pub. Date: 4/1/2003
Publisher(s): Center for Applications of Psychological Type
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements ix
Foreword xi
Preface xv
SECTION ONE
Introduction
1(4)
Innate Differences
2(1)
What This Book Offers
2(3)
Chapter One What Is Psychological Type?
5(10)
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Instrument
5(1)
Names of the Preferences
6(1)
Defining the Preferences
6(2)
Understanding the Preferences
8(4)
Developing Our Preferences
12(1)
Summary of the Preferences
13(1)
Interaction of the Preferences
14(1)
Type Development Over Time
14(1)
Chapter Two Type Differences in Conflict
15(20)
Extraversion-Introversion
16(3)
Sensing-Intuition
19(2)
Thinking-Feeling
21(3)
Judging-Perceiving
24(2)
Quick Reference Guides
26(2)
Prevent Conflict by Problem Solving with Type
28(7)
Chapter Three Type Groups and Conflict
35(14)
Sensing Thinking Types (ST)
37(3)
Sensing Feeling Types (SF)
40(3)
Intuitive Feeling Types (NF)
43(3)
Intuitive Thinking Types (NT)
46(3)
Chapter Four Impact of Type on Body Language
49(4)
The Pairs of E-I and J-P
49(4)
Chapter Five Type and Conflict Management Styles
53(8)
SECTION TWO Putting Knowledge into Practice 61(26)
Chapter Six A Model for Resolving Conflict Collaboratively with Type
63(18)
Additional Ideas for Teams or Organizations
79(1)
Using the Model with Mediation
80(1)
Chapter Seven When Is Type Appropriate to Use in Conflict Resolution?
81(14)
Levels of Conflict
81(2)
Other Appropriate Uses of Type
83(1)
Possible Inappropriate Uses of Type
84(1)
Clearly Inappropriate Uses of Type
85(2)
Epilogue 87(2)
Appendix A Example of Negotiation in a Business Setting Using the Seven-Step Model 89(6)
Appendix B A Jungian Perspective on Response to the Stress Inherent in Conflict 95(8)
Characteristics of Type under Limited Stress
98(1)
Characteristics of Type under Extreme Stress
99(4)
References and Bibliography 103

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