Презентация на тему The Relationship Closeness Inventory

The Relationship Closeness Inventory: Assessing the Closeness of Interpersonal RelationshipsEllen Berscheid, Mark Snyder & Allen Key Operational DefinitionsFrequency: Number of hours and minutes spent alone with another person during waking SubjectsUndergraduate students from University of Minnesota.Ages: 18-49Berscheid, E., Snyder, M. & Omoto, A.M. (1989). The GoalTo develop a test of interpersonal closeness using operational definitions that can be assessed by MethodAsk students to identify the person with whom they consider them closest.Using questionnaires determine closeness ResultsTest-Retest: Paired t-tests showed no significant differences between test 1 and test 2. Romantic relationships Results Cont.Satisfactory reliability and validityA correlation of scores between partners were shown, but not extremely high. ConclusionsCloseness is thought to be a major part of relationships and can predict certain behavior.This Sample QuestionsIdentification of personWork: Which of the following best describes your relationship with this person? Sample Questions Cont.DiversityIN the past week, I did the foling activities alone with X: (Check The End Thanks!Leslie Wheeler&Megan Blazek

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Слайд 1 The Relationship Closeness Inventory: Assessing the Closeness of Interpersonal Relationships
Ellen Berscheid, Mark

The Relationship Closeness Inventory: Assessing the Closeness of Interpersonal RelationshipsEllen Berscheid, Mark Snyder & Allen
Snyder & Allen M. Omoto

Presented by: Leslie Wheeler & Megan Blazek

Слайд 2 Key Operational Definitions
Frequency: Number of hours and minutes spent alone with another

Key Operational DefinitionsFrequency: Number of hours and minutes spent alone with another person during waking
person during waking hours (range: 0-1,200 min.)
Diversity: Number of activities from a list of 38 that the pair spends together.
Strength: The amount of impact (little to very much) one person has on the other’s plans.

Berscheid, E., Snyder, M. & Omoto, A.M. (1989). The relationship closeness inventory: Assessing the closeness of interpersonal relationships. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 57I5), 792-807.


Слайд 3 Subjects
Undergraduate students from University of Minnesota.
Ages: 18-49
Berscheid, E., Snyder, M. & Omoto,

SubjectsUndergraduate students from University of Minnesota.Ages: 18-49Berscheid, E., Snyder, M. & Omoto, A.M. (1989). The
A.M. (1989). The relationship closeness inventory: Assessing the closeness of interpersonal relationships. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 57I5), 792-807.

Mean age: 19.38

Modal participants: 19-20 year-old full-time student who is single.


Слайд 4 Goal
To develop a test of interpersonal closeness using operational definitions that can

GoalTo develop a test of interpersonal closeness using operational definitions that can be assessed by
be assessed by self-report.

Berscheid, E., Snyder, M. & Omoto, A.M. (1989). The relationship closeness inventory: Assessing the closeness of interpersonal relationships. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 57I5), 792-807.


Слайд 5 Method
Ask students to identify the person with whom they consider them closest.
Using

MethodAsk students to identify the person with whom they consider them closest.Using questionnaires determine closeness
questionnaires determine closeness according to frequency, diversity, and strength.
Take individual scores and create an overall index of interpersonal closeness.
Sum scores and weigh each subscale equally on a 10-point metric.

Berscheid, E., Snyder, M. & Omoto, A.M. (1989). The relationship closeness inventory: Assessing the closeness of interpersonal relationships. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 57I5), 792-807.


Слайд 6 Results
Test-Retest: Paired t-tests showed no significant differences between test 1 and test

ResultsTest-Retest: Paired t-tests showed no significant differences between test 1 and test 2. Romantic relationships
2.
Romantic relationships were closer than friends or family.
No sex differences
Negative correlation between longevity and closeness
Highly significant differences between close relationships and not close relationships

Berscheid, E., Snyder, M. & Omoto, A.M. (1989). The relationship closeness inventory: Assessing the closeness of interpersonal relationships. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 57I5), 792-807.


Слайд 7 Results Cont.
Satisfactory reliability and validity
A correlation of scores between partners were shown,

Results Cont.Satisfactory reliability and validityA correlation of scores between partners were shown, but not extremely high.
but not extremely high.

Слайд 8 Conclusions
Closeness is thought to be a major part of relationships and can

ConclusionsCloseness is thought to be a major part of relationships and can predict certain behavior.This
predict certain behavior.
This test provides information that spans different types of relationships.
The RCI should be used in conjunction with other tests, not alone.

Слайд 9 Sample Questions
Identification of person
Work: Which of the following best describes your relationship

Sample QuestionsIdentification of personWork: Which of the following best describes your relationship with this person?
with this person? (Check only one)__ co-worker __ your boss/supervisor __ your subordinate
Frequency
DURING THE PAST WEEK, what is the average amount of time, per day, that you spent alone with X in the MORNING?

Слайд 10 Sample Questions Cont.
Diversity
IN the past week, I did the foling activities alone

Sample Questions Cont.DiversityIN the past week, I did the foling activities alone with X: (Check
with X: (Check all that apply)
__ did laundry
__ prepared a meal
__ watched TV
Strength
Using the 7-point scale below, please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree by writing the appropriate number in the space corresponding to each item
__ X will influence my future financial security
__ X does not influence everyday things in my life.


Слайд 11 The End Thanks!
Leslie Wheeler
&
Megan Blazek

The End
 Thanks!Leslie Wheeler&Megan Blazek

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