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The Relationship between Affect and Closeness Relationship
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Chin-Kang Jen
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Jen-Jsung Huang,
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Frequency and affect intensity, Closeness Relationship
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Differ from previous research which mainly focus on irrational decision making, using economical principle to consider how to get the maximum profit, and often say they have abilities to use each criteria for evaluating every option. They can solve their problem through analytical, rational and logical thinking. This study aim to discusses how emotional could influence on decision-making process, and people would have emotional involvement in the information selection. They would use the moment of emotion to predict and expect for future circumstances with positive emotional involvement, which the relationship is an emotional expression, and the event significant or not, depends on how important the incident to people (expected relationship would be frequency and strength). This study can improve the relationship in the decision-making play an important role.
目次 Table of Contents
第一章緒論 1
第一節研究背景與動機 1
第二節研究目的 5
第三節研究對象與範圍 5
第四節研究流程 5
第二章文獻探討 7
第一節情感 7
第二節情感強度 12
第三節關係 15
第四節情感與關係 24
第三章研究方法 27
第一節研究架構 27
第二節研究假設 28
第三節資料蒐集與樣本特性分析 29
第四節研究工具 31
第五節資料處理 38
第四章研究結果分析 40
第一節樣本資料描述與分析 40
第二節各項變數之描述性統計與相關分析 42
第三節迴歸分析 53
第五章結論與建議 66
第一節研究結果討論 66
第二節研究限制與建議 73
參考文獻 76
附錄 85
問卷前測 85
正式問卷 88
圖1-1 決策的過程 2
圖1-2 研究流程圖 6
表2-3 關係的構面 22
圖2-1 關係的過程 25
圖3-1 研究架構圖 27
表3-1 樣本之敘述性統計 30
表3-2 關係緊密度之因素分析 34
表3-3 正負向情感量表之因素分析 36
表3-4 樣本資料統計 37
表4-1 個人背景變項之基本資料 41
表4.2.1 變項之描述性統計與相關分析 44
表4.2.2 變項人與人之間之描述性統計與相關分析 46
表4.2.3 變項人與地之間之描述性統計與相關分析 48
表4.2.4 變項人與事之間之描述性統計與相關分析 50
表4.2.5 變項人與物之間之描述性統計與相關分析 52
表4-3 接觸頻率與緊密關係的迴歸分析 53
表4-4 情感強度對關係深度的迴歸分析 54
表4-5 (a) 正向情感強度對緊密關係的迴歸分析 55
表4-5 (b) 負向情感強度對緊密關係的迴歸分析 56
表4-6 接觸頻率對情感強度之迴歸分析 57
表4-7 接觸頻率對正向強感強度之迴歸分析 58
表4-8 接觸頻率對負向強感強度之迴歸分析 59
表 4-9關係深度對情感強度之迴歸分析 60
表 4-10關係深度對正向情感強度之迴歸分析 61
表 4-11 關係深度對負向情感強度之迴歸分析 62
表 4-12緊密關係對情感強度之迴歸分析 63
表 4-13 正向情感強度對未來的接觸頻率之迴歸分析 64
圖5 親密關係的表示圖 65
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