Relationship science : integrating evolutionary, neuroscience, and sociocultural approaches / edited by Omri Gillath, Glenn Adams, and Adrianne Kunkel.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, c2012.
Description
xvi, 254 p. ; 27 cm.

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Subject(s)
Related name
Series
Decade of behavior [More in this series]
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Introduction : theoretical integration and interdisciplinarity in relationship science / Omri Gillath, Glenn Adams, and Adrianne Kunkel
  • Relationship neuroscience : where we are and where we might be going / Jennifer M. Tomlinson and Arthur Aron
  • Evolutionary perspectives on caring and prosocial behavior in relationships / Lane Beckes and Jeffry A. Simpson
  • A cultural psychology of relationship : decolonizing science and practice / Glenn Adams ... [et al.]
  • Culture and genes : moderators of the use and effect of social support / Heejung S. Kim, Taraneh Mojaverian, and David K. Sherman
  • New directions in the neurobiology and physiology of paternal care / Karen L. Bales, Nicole Maninger, and Katie Hinde
  • Social-interactional perspectives on child maltreatment : how can they contribute to relationship science? / Steven R. Wilson
  • Relational mobility : a socioecological approach to personal relationships / Masaki Yuki and Joanna Schug
  • Adaptive relationship cognition : the sights and smells of sexual attraction / Jon K. Maner, Saul L. Miller, and Jennifer Leo
  • How to relate to people : the extraterrestrial's guide to homo sapiens / Alan Page Fiske and Lisa Schubert
  • Relationship after loss : communication in the new grief paradigm / Michael Robert Dennis and Adrianne Kunkel
  • A multilevel, multimethod interdisciplinary approach to the understanding of attachment / Omri Gillath, Melanie Canterberry, and Tara J. Collins.
ISBN
  • 9781433811234
  • 1433811235
LCCN
2011049258
OCLC
760978577
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