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Agresija terapiniuose santykiuose: klientų pykčio reakcijų motyvacijos kokybinė analizė

Lozovska, Juliana LU (2013) In Jaunųjų mokslininkų psichologų darbai 2. p.31-34
Abstract
Despite widely acknowledged problems of aggression, presumptions on its constructive and destructive possibilities, its role in psychic health and development, aggression still remains scarcely explored phenomenon. In-depth gender sensitive understanding of aggression might not just broaden our scientific scope, but might also become a vehicle for social as well as personal change. The aim of this research is to propose closer look at the subjective motivation of anger in women. Data were collected using semi-structured interviews with four female clients, who finished their long-term psychotherapy and analyzed using thematic analysis method (Boyatzis, 2009). Results show that subjectively anger is associated to perceived danger to... (More)
Despite widely acknowledged problems of aggression, presumptions on its constructive and destructive possibilities, its role in psychic health and development, aggression still remains scarcely explored phenomenon. In-depth gender sensitive understanding of aggression might not just broaden our scientific scope, but might also become a vehicle for social as well as personal change. The aim of this research is to propose closer look at the subjective motivation of anger in women. Data were collected using semi-structured interviews with four female clients, who finished their long-term psychotherapy and analyzed using thematic analysis method (Boyatzis, 2009). Results show that subjectively anger is associated to perceived danger to self-image, border violations, therapist’s mismatch to client’s expectations. The research shows further necessity of in-depth exploration of aggression, its changes and subjectively important factors in therapy. (Less)
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  abstract     = {Despite widely acknowledged problems of aggression, presumptions on its constructive and destructive possibilities, its role in psychic health and development, aggression still remains scarcely explored phenomenon. In-depth gender sensitive understanding of aggression might not just broaden our scientific scope, but might also become a vehicle for social as well as personal change. The aim of this research is to propose closer look at the subjective motivation of anger in women. Data were collected using semi-structured interviews with four female clients, who finished their long-term psychotherapy and analyzed using thematic analysis method (Boyatzis, 2009). Results show that subjectively anger is associated to perceived danger to self-image, border violations, therapist’s mismatch to client’s expectations. The research shows further necessity of in-depth exploration of aggression, its changes and subjectively important factors in therapy. },
  author       = {Lozovska, Juliana},
  issn         = {2029-9958},
  keyword      = {women's anger,psychotherapy process},
  language     = {mis},
  pages        = {31--34},
  series       = {Jaunųjų mokslininkų psichologų darbai },
  title        = {Agresija terapiniuose santykiuose: klientų pykčio reakcijų motyvacijos kokybinė analizė},
  volume       = {2},
  year         = {2013},
}