In a laboratory study by Williams, Shore, and Grahe (1998), those receiving the silent treatment
experienced a threat to their needs of belonging, self-esteem, control, and meaningful existence (Eisenberger, Lieberman, & Williams, 2003; Schechtman, 2008).
for Silent Treatment
, because she refuses to talk to anyone at first.
More commonly, employees will retaliate verbally--engaging in either a screamfest or the silent treatment
or gossiping behind the back of the supervisor or co-worker.
For the past 20 years, the Sonoma State University (California)-based Project Censored has been keeping track of critical issues that are given the silent treatment
by mainstream news media.
When people pick on me, I give them the silent treatment
is to meet a hero: a man who weathered four years of the silent treatment
at West Point; who in 1936 graduated 35th in a class of 276, and yet was denied entry into the Army Air Corps until FDR decreed the first black squadron into existence.
Results of "The Silent Treatment
," a national study of 6,500 nurses and nurse managers, serve as five-year follow-up to "Silence Kills" research
One night from PS147pp If your loved one has been slaving over the turkey, they deserve to have the Silent Treatment
on offer in this contemporary spa in this splendid manor set in eight acres of parkland and gardens in the Tudor village of Cuckfield.
The next it was pared down, stripped back simplicity - the hushed reverie of Silent Treatment
and Wolf's Law stealing your heart away.
A passiveaggressive response would be to give your friend the silent treatment
At a recent evening at Eat, restaurant-goers didn't seem to mind the silent treatment
as they noshed on salads and sipped their soups.
The Joy Formidable - Silent Treatment
WELSH trio The Joy Formidable are heading to Liverpool for the Summercamp festival, but before that they are putting out this Silent Treatment
Bet the Clogster is currently enjoying a big dose of the silent treatment
Researchers concluded that participants performed badly in the task after ignoring a likeable person, and performance was better when they used the silent treatment
on an offensive person, CBS News reported.
PAUL Lambert has challenged Darren Bent to do his talking on the pitch - after laughing off suggestions he has given the Villa striker the silent treatment