Basic characteristics of interpersonal situations
For convenience we will speak of ABX systems when we are referring to the basic interpersonal situation of two people, A and B, who are in relation with each other with respect to some thing, event or situation X, as these are observed by an external observer. When we are referring to these relations as they exist in the mind of one of the participants we shall use the notation of pox systems.
KeywordsExternal Observer Basic Similarity Role System Focal Condition Naive Realism
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