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Robert L. Weiss

Psychologist

University of Oregon

HQ Phone:  (541) 346-5656

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University of Oregon

5228 University Of Oregon

Eugene, Oregon,97403

United States

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The University of Oregon is a world-class teaching and research institution and Oregon's flagship public university. The UO is a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), an organization made up of the 61 leading public and private research ins... more

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"Humour is a tool like any other," says Robert L. Weiss, a psychologist at the University of Oregon who studies humour in relationships.


www.careleader.org

The concept of PSO was first proposed by University of Oregon psychologist Robert Weiss.


www.theatlantic.com

This is known as "Negative Sentiment Override," a term coined by University of Oregon emeritus professor Robert Weiss.


www.gottman.com

University of Oregon emeritus psychologist Robert Weiss coined the term "Negative Sentiment Override" (NSO) for the emergence of troubling patterns in which trust has been broken in relationships.


www.psychologytoday.com

"Humor is a tool like any other," says Robert L. Weiss, a psychologist at the University of Oregon who studies humor in relationships.
When a couple falls into a pattern of demand and withdrawal, says Weiss, one partner-often the man-will deploy a joke to avoid addressing problems or to let his partner know he's not going to deal with her demands. A woman reminds her partner to do the laundry, and he hums the NFL theme, as if to say, "I have a football game to watch. No way I'm doing laundry now.


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