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Reading up on assertiveness recently, I wondered whether there's any study that attempts to model how passive, aggressive, assertive and passive-aggressive people interact with one another.

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Where have you looked already? How they interact with other people is inherent in the definition of the types, no? –  Artem Kaznatcheev Jan 20 '13 at 6:51
    
The definition of the types describes how they iteract with a generic person, doesn't describe what happens when, for example, a passive-aggressive person interacts with an aggressive one. At least I've not found anything like that so far. –  Fabio A. Jan 20 '13 at 7:02
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@Fabio A. It might be worthwhile editing that (and any other relevant info) into your question. If you've already done the background reading, pinpoint exactly where you are stuck and why what you already found didn't answer your question. –  Steven Jeuris Jan 20 '13 at 23:53
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