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Are the bad effects of fatigue stronger for highly neurotic people?

Fatigue causes many bad effects like irritability, poor concentration, reduced ability to pay attention to the situation at hand, low motivation. Question: Are the interpersonal bad effects of fatigue ...
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Empath vs. Covert Narcissist in high conflict context

Is it really possible to spot a narcissist under fog of war? I.e., apart from the lenses of high conflict, is there any other major difference between an empath and a covert narcissist? To the layman, ...
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List of conflicts humans can have

I am searching a list of conflicts humans can have. Here I found some 7 types of conflicts Person vs Person Person vs self Person vs. Fate/God(s) Person vs. Nature Person vs. Society Person vs. the ...
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How to measure/predict the difficulty of a conflict?

Question I want to conduct an experiment and I found that the difficulty of a conflict to resolve could play a factor in this experiment. I now need an easy way of measuring the potential difficulty ...
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Question about interrole conflict

Katz & Kahn defined the interrole conflict as a conflict between two roles that are incompatibles, or when more than one person has the same role. I had a question today in an exam about role ...
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How does the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument relate to the Big Five?

The Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) is apparently quite popular in MBA classes and even in conflict negotiation practice: The TKI is popular beyond the confines of negotiation classes....
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"High-conflict people"

While having a look at a recent question here, I ran into some (non-peer reviewed) articles with a description like High-conflict people (HCPs) have high-conflict personalities. This means they ...
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