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variables: it was inversely correlated with "Self-directedness" (p<0.0001) and "Cooperativeness" (p=0.009).
Hence, once the trust between the interlocutors has been destroyed by not being cooperative, the perceived cooperativeness of the counterpart will also decrease.
Five managerial skills were measured in the current study: organizational skills, motivational skills, communication skills, evaluation and supervisory skills and cooperativeness. Out of the total of 66 items on the questionnaire 24 relate to these skills.
Monras, Modnon and Jou (2008b) found in their research that patients with high scores in Persistence (P), Self-Directedness (SD) and Cooperativeness (CO) had better outcomes.
All three versions measure the seven dimensions of temperament and character as proposed by Cloninger (Temperament--Novelty Seeking, Harm Avoidance, Reward Dependence and Persistence; Character- Self-directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-transcendence) and have 108 questions to which respondents answer true or false .The self report version, the best suited one for the age group of this study, were used.
The literature states that successful conflict resolution lies in well-balanced conflict style; style being described in varying degrees of "assertiveness"--how well you push for your goals, and "cooperativeness"--how accepting one is of the opposition's goals.
In this pragmatics stylistics model, pragmalinguistic features such as speech act verbs, deixis, modal verbs and hedging expressions were interlaced with sociopragmatic features such as politeness and cooperativeness princples during poetic conversation situations.
In addition, patients with both disorders had similar scores, as well as significantly lower scores than healthy controls, on four of the personality dimensions measured by the Temperament and Character Inventory-Revised (TCI-R): reward dependence, persistence, self-directedness, and cooperativeness.
Thomas places the five styles in a two dimensional framework comprising assertiveness the desire to satisfy one's own concerns, and cooperativeness the desire to satisfy another's concerns.
Cooperativeness, cooperation, and partnership are the only aspirations which, in this context, do not stop.
Furthermore, the instrument measures 3 character dimensions (self-directedness, cooperativeness and self-transcendence) developed over a lifetime that reflect the differences between individuals' self-concepts, according to the extent of identification with themselves as autonomous individuals.
These five modes can be described along two dimensions, assertiveness and cooperativeness. Assertiveness refers to the extent to which one tries to satisfy his or her own concerns, and cooperativeness refers to the extent to which one tries to satisfy the concerns of another person [22].

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