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The angry smile; the psychology of passive-aggressive behavior in families, schools, and workplaces, 2d ed.

9781416404231

The angry smile; the psychology of passive-aggressive behavior in families, schools, and workplaces, 2d ed.

Long, Jody E. et al.

PRO-ED

2009

161 pages

$24.00

Paperback

RJ506

This guide examines passive-aggressive behavior and presents a six- step process for dealing with it in children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings. Long et al., psychologists and a social worker all associated with the Life Space Crisis Intervention Institute, define the behavior, and discuss developmental pathways, reasons for the behavior, and its five levels, in addition to how to identify and change behaviors in various contexts, for teachers and others in schools, parents and caregivers, employees and bosses, and those in relationships. This edition incorporates information on adults and workplace scenarios. There is no index.

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