Praise versus Encouragement Most of us believe that we need to praise our children more. However, there is some controversy regarding this point. If we always reward a child with praise after a task is completed, then the child comes to expect it. However, if praise is not forthcoming, then its absence may be interpreted by the child as failure. One of the main differences between praise and encouragement is that praise often comes paired with a judgment or evaluation, such as "best" or "highest" in these examples. According to Bolton (1979, pg 181): Evaluative praise is the expression of favorable judgment about another person or his behaviors: "Eric, you are such a good boy." According to Ginott (1965): Evaluative praise.....creates anxiety, invites dependency, and evokes defensiveness. According to Taylor (1979): A real life experience, illustrating these principles, was provided by the well know cellist, Gregor Piatigorsky (1965). "Mr. "Bravo! "Splendid! Bewildered, I left the house. Sam: It's scary. Mr. Mr. Mr.
Conflict Management Skills Gregorio Billikopf Party-Directed Mediation (3rd Edition - January 2014) 446 pages + xvi preface 14 chapters, 3 appendices, index Author: Gregorio Billikopf, University of California Public Service of the University of California Printing, copying or distribution of the on-line version of Party-Directed Mediation is permitted for personal, non-commercial use as long as the author and the University of California are credited, including copyright notices. This book may only be downloaded from: ( ). Comments and suggestions are greatly appreciated. Tiny URL for this page is: Beth just got turned down by Carlos, the mechanic. If Carlos had no clue that Beth was upset, would this scene still constitute interpersonal conflict? Wherever choices exist there is potential for disagreement. Whether dealing with family members or hired personnel, sooner or later challenges will arise. Fighting it out. Yielding. Avoidance.
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