The New Psychology of Love

London: Jessica Kingsley. Shaver, P. R., Hazan, C., and Bradshaw, D. (1988). Love as attachment: The integration of three behavioral systems. In R. J. Sternberg and M. Barnes (eds.), The Psychology of Love, pp. 68–99. New Haven, Conn.

Author: Robert Jeffrey Sternberg

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300116977

Category: Psychology

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As a follow-up to The Psychology of Love which was published in 1988, this new collection engages with the many changes in the study of love in recent years. New theories are introduced, as are modifications to existing theories.
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The New Psychology of Love

Styles of romantic love. In R. J. Sternberg & K. Sternberg (Eds.), The new psychology of love (2nd ed., pp. 223–239). New York: Cambridge University Press. Josselson, R., & Lieblich, A. (Eds.) (1993). The narrative study of lives.

Author: Robert J. Sternberg

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108475686

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 335

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This is a much-needed update on the latest theory and research on love supplied by leading scientific experts. It is suitable for psychologists, neuroscientists, anthropologists, sociologists, and anyone with an interest in love and what has been learned from scientific studies of it.
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Positive Psychology

The evolution of love in humans. Sternberg, R. J. (1988a). The triangle of love. New In R. J. Sternberg & K. Sternberg (Eds.), The new psychology of love (2nd ed., pp. 42–63). New York: Cambridge University Press. York: Basic.

Author: Aleksandra Kostic

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119666448

Category: Psychology

Page: 320

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Bringing together today’s most prominent positive psychology researchers to discuss current themes and issues in the field Positive psychology is the scientific study of the strengths, rather than the weaknesses, in human thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. For much of its history, psychology has focused on the negative, completely overlooking the positive attributes that allow individuals and communities to thrive. Positive Psychology is a collection of essays that together constitute a much-needed theoretical rationale and critical assessment of the field. This book assesses what we already know and provides directions for the future. Contributors are leading international authors, including Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Robert Sternberg, Vittorio Caprara, C. Daniel Batson, Illona Boniwell, among others. These luminaries write in a way that is rigorous enough for academic use but accessible to professionals, policymakers, and lay audiences as well. The content of Positive Psychology include both theoretical applied contributions focusing on a range of issues including altruism, positive creativity, science of well-being, forgiveness, coaching for leadership, cyberpsychology, intelligence, responding to catastrophes like COVID-19, time persepective, physiological and epigenetic youth civic engagement, ups and downs of love, flow and good life, global perspectives on positive psychology, self and collective efficacy, positive psychology interventions and positive orientation. The book is pitched to senior undergraduates, graduates, academics and researchers and provides insights and perspectives into neglected and unsolved questions. Brings together the latest viewpoints and research findings on positive psychology, from the leading thinkers in the field Offers both theoretical and applied insights, for a well-rounded reference on this new and fast growing field Contains contributions from well known authors like Paul Ekman, Robert Sternberg, and Vittorio Caprara Appeals to academic, professional, and lay audiences with an interest in acquiring a profound knowledge of positive psychology No other book currently on the market addresses such a breadth of issues in positive psychology. Positive Psychology represents a significant theoretical boost to this exciting field.
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Psychology of Love 101

Some years ago I coedited a book titled The New Psychology of Love. The book contained truly fascinating chapters describing a wide variety of approaches to love. But the book was written primarily for scholars, and I could not help ...

Author: Karin Sternberg

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826109354

Category: Psychology

Page: 205

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The New psychology

No longer the thrill in the embrace or the kiss , then one or the other makes the first declaration that love never existed . The opposite one accepts that suggestion , his body responds to that , and they proceed to build their ...

Author: Arthur Adolphus Lindsay

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ISBN: STANFORD:24501746400

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Positive Psychology

Journal of Family Psychology, 31(6), 742–752. h p://dx.doi.org/10.1037/fam0000320 93. Falconier, M. K., Ja son, J. B., Hilpert, P., & Bodenmann, G. (2015). ... In R. J. Sternberg & K. Sternberg (Eds.), The new psychology of love ...

Author: Alan Carr

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000526851

Category: Psychology

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The third edition of Positive Psychology is an accessible introduction to this rapidly growing field. It covers all major positive psychology topics including wellbeing, character strengths, optimism, gratitude, savouring, flow, mindfulness, emotional intelligence, creativity, giftedness, wisdom, growth mindset, grit, self-esteem, self-efficacy, adaptive defence mechanisms, functional coping strategies, positive relationships, and positive psychology interventions. Positive Psychology retains all of the features that made previous editions so popular, including: • Learning objectives • Accounts of major theories • Reviews of relevant research • Self-assessment questionnaires • Self-development exercises • Chapter summaries • Key term definitions • Research questions for student projects • Essay questions for student assignments • Personal development questions for student exercises • Relevant web material • Further reading This new edition has been completely updated to take account of the exponential growth of research in the field. It will prove a valuable resource for students and faculty in psychology and related disciplines including social work, nursing, teaching, counselling, and psychotherapy. This edition also provides access to online teaching resources.
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Barriers to Loving

Lewis, C. S. (1960). The four loves. London: Jeoffrey Bles. 3 Lee, J.A. (1973). The colours of love: An exploration of the ways of loving. Don Mills, Ontario: The New Press. Sternberg, R.W. (2006). The new psychology ...

Author: Stephen B. Levine

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134620579

Category: Psychology

Page: 134

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Barriers to Loving is an intriguing exploration of the role of sexual love over the course of life. Beginning with the mental health professions’ avoidance of the topic, Levine proposes a compendium of love’s pathologies by reorganizing what is familiar to clinicians into the barriers that limit the formation of adult-adult love, impediments that diminish a partner’s lovability, and the impediments to feeling and expressing love for a partner. Before reviewing scientific contributions to the understanding of love, he explores the topics of sexual excess and infidelity and how they relate to the aspiration to love and be loved. The final two chapters synthesize with clarity what to teach about love to young professionals in order to prepare them for the complexities they will soon encounter and provide a sophisticated answer to the question, What is love? Barriers to Loving integrates humanism, science, and clinical experience in Levine’s long-appreciated unique and mature voice.
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Falling Out of Romantic Love

Sonnet 43: How do I love thee? Retrieved from www.poets.org/poetsorg/poem/how-do-i-love-thee-sonnet-43. Berscheid, E. (2006). Searching for the meaning of love. In R.J. Sternberg & K. Weis (eds), The new psychology of love (pp.

Author: Crystal Wilhite Hemesath

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429829949

Category: Family & Relationships

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In this innovative and user-friendly guide, Crystal Wilhite Hemesath identifies the factors that lead to relationship breakdown and suggests key strategies for the prevention and treatment of falling out of romantic love (FORL). Grounded in research and two decades of clinical experience, Falling Out of Romantic Love outlines strategies for preparing and maintaining healthy, enduring, romantic relationships as well as what to do when FORL becomes a threat. Applicable to daily life, and relevant to a wide range of scenarios, this book contains a plethora of information for individuals just beginning an intimate partner relationship, long-married couples, or for those simply curious about romantic relationships and the problems that may arise. Helpful tips are also provided for individuals trying to decide if they should remain in a relationship and for those experiencing heartbreak on the receiving end of FORL. Rich in real-life examples, this book arms professionals with a greater understanding of why people fall out of romantic love. It’s an indispensable guide for marriage and family therapists, as well as other mental health professionals or clergy looking to incorporate additional tools and clinical interventions into their work.
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Social Relationships

New York Times, p. 1. Bartels, A. and Zeki, S. (2000, November 27). The neural basis of romantic love. Neuro- report, 11, 3829–3834. Beck, J. G., Bozman, W. W., and Qualtrough, T. (1991). The experience of sexual desire: Psychological ...

Author: Joseph P. Forgas

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781841697154

Category: Psychology

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Human beings are an intrinsically gregarious species - our personal relationships are of immense interest to us and are a key factor in achieving happiness and well being. From the moment of birth, humans crave love and intimacy and we devote much energy to creating and maintaining successful personal relationships throughout our personal and our working lives. However, modern industrialized societies present a particularly challenging environment for sustaining rewarding personal relationships. Understanding how people initiate, develop, maintain, and terminate relationships is one of the core issues in psychology, and the subject matter of this book. Contributors to this volume are all leading researchers in relationship science, and they seek here to explore and integrate the subtle influence that evolutionary, socio-cultural, and intra-psychic (cognitive, affective and motivational) variables play in relationship processes. In addition to discussing the latest advances in areas of relationship research, they also advocate an expanded theoretical approach that incorporates many of the insights gained from evolutionary psychology, social cognition, and research on affect and motivation. The contributions should be highly relevant to researchers, teachers, students, laypersons and to everyone who is interested in the subtleties of human relationships. The book is also highly recommended to clinical, health, and relationship professionals who deal with relationship issues in their daily work.
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The New Psychology Complete

embrace or kiss ; one or the other makes the first declaration that love never existed . ... and as soul is controller and even creator of the body , certainly all the body in its chemistry , One Hundred Twenty NEW PSYCHOLOGY COMPLETE.

Author: Arthur Adolphus Lindsay

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ISBN: NYPL:33433068191356

Category: Mental healing

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Hardcover/Imitation Leather, Color Dust Jacket, Printed on Acid-Free paper, reprint.
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