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The New Psychology of Love
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1. Love as expansion of the self Arthur Aron and Jennifer M. Tomlinson; 2. Entraining, becoming, and loving Krystyna S. Aune and R. Kelly Aune; 3. The evolution of love in humans David M. Buss; 4. Neuroimaging of love in the twenty-first century Stephanie Cacioppo; 5. Love conceptualized as mutual communal responsiveness Margaret S. Clark, Jennifer L. Hirsch and Joan K. Monin; 6. Love is political: how power and bias influence our intimate lives Terri D. Conley, Staci Gusakova and Jennifer L. Piemonte; 7. Love, desire, and sexual fluidity Lisa M. Diamond; 8. Everyday conceptions of love Beverley Fehr; 9. Passionate love Cyrille Feybesse and Elanie Hatfield; 10. Slow love: courtship in the digital age Helen E. Fisher and Justin R. Garcia; 11. Styles of love Clyde Hendrick and Susan S. Hendrick; 12. An anthropologist goes looking for love in all the old places: a personal account William Jankowiak; 13. A behavioral systems approach to romantic love relationships: attachment, caregiving, and sex Mario Mikulincer and Phillip R. Shaver; 14. When love goes awry (part 1): applications of the duplex theory of love and its development to relationships gone bad Robert J. Sternberg; 15. When love goes awry (part 2): application of an augmented duplex theory of love to personal and situational factors in jealousy and envy Robert J. Sternberg, Navjot Kaur and Elisabeth J. Mistur.

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Provides a much-needed update on the latest theory and research on love supplied by leading scientific experts.

About the Author

Robert J. Sternberg is Professor of Human Development at Cornell University, New York, and is the author or editor of numerous books on love. He has also won the Grawemeyer Award in Psychology and the Cattell and James Awards of the Association for Psychological Science. Karin Sternberg is a Research Associate and teaches in the Department of Human Development at Cornell University, New York. She is the author of Psychology of Love 101 (2013) and co-author of The Nature of Hate (Cambridge, 2008).

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'The pervasive role that love (or lack of it) plays in every facet of every person's life is reflected in the diversity of the major researchers and theorists featured in this anthology. The first edition of this book, published over a decade ago, represented a milestone in the study of love. This edition is another.' Ellen Berscheid, Regents' Professor of Psychology Emerita, University of Minnesota
'This volume offers a great mixture of chapters that are updated (with the same authors) from the prior Sternberg volume on love with new chapters that include new themes and authors. The study of love and relationships has recently flourished, and therefore this volume is timely and a must-read for any student or scholar of relationships.' Susan Sprecher, Distinguished Professor, Illinois State University, and President, International Association for Relationship Research
'The pervasive role that love (or lack of it) plays in every facet of every person's life is reflected in the diversity of the major researchers and theorists featured in this anthology. The first edition of this book, published over a decade ago, represented a milestone in the study of love. This edition is another.' Ellen Berscheid, Regents' Professor of Psychology Emerita, University of Minnesota
'This volume offers a great mixture of chapters that are updated (with the same authors) from the prior Sternberg volume on love with new chapters that include new themes and authors. The study of love and relationships has recently flourished, and therefore this volume is timely and a must-read for any student or scholar of relationships.' Susan Sprecher, Distinguished Professor, Illinois State University, and President, International Association for Relationship Research

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