Interpersonal Behavior in an Isolated and Confined Environment

  title={Interpersonal Behavior in an Isolated and Confined Environment},
  author={F. U. John Paul and Manas Kumar Mandal and Kanchana Ramachandran and M. R. Panwar},
  • F. U. John Paul, Manas Kumar Mandal, +1 author M. R. Panwar
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology
  • The article discusses a study that focused on interpersonal needs and investigated whether interpersonal behavior of Antarctic personnel deteriorated after the halfway point of prolonged isolation and confinement. Twenty-three personnel who resided in Antarctica for 14 months served as participants. The mean age of participants was 39 years (SD = 8.7 years). This study uses the FIRO-B questionnaire that assessed the dimensions of interpersonal behavior. The findings indicate a greater need to… CONTINUE READING

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