Encyclopedia of Human Relationships, 1st Edition

  • Harry T. Reis University of Rochester
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1412958474
  • ISBN-13: 9781412958479
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1818 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2009 | Published/Released May 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2009

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Overview

Offers an interdisciplinary view of all types of human associations. Provides a state-of-the-art review of the extensive theories, concepts, and empirical findings about human relationships.

Table of Contents

Cover Page.
Half Title.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Reader's Guide.
About the Editors.
Contributors.
Introduction.
1: Abortion.
2: Abuse and Violence in Relationships.
3: Abused Women Remaining in Relationships.
4: Accommodation.
5: Accounts.
6: Accuracy in Communication.
7: Acquaintance Process.
8: Adolescence, Romantic Relationships in.
9: Adoption.
10: Adult Attachment, Individual Differences.
11: Adult Attachment Interview.
12: Adulthood, Sibling Relationships in.
13: Advice, Self–Help, and Media Advice About Relationships.
14: Affection and Affectionate Behavior.
15: Affiliaation.
16: Affiliation in Nonhuman Animals.
17: Affinity Seeking.
18: Affirmation.
19: African–American Families.
20: Age at First Marriage.
21: Aggressive Communication.
22: Aging Processes and Relationships.
23: Agreeableness.
24: AIDS, Effects on Relationships.
25: Alcohol and Sexual Assault.
26: Alcoholism, Effects on Relationships.
27: Alienation and Anomie.
28: Alternative Relationship Lifestyles.
29: Alzheimer's Disease and Relationships.
30: Ambivalence.
31: American Couples Study.
32: Anger in Relationships.
33: Apologies.
34: Approach and Avoidance Orientations.
35: Archival Methods.
36: Arguing.
37: Aristotle and Plato on Relationships.
38: Arousal and Attraction.
39: Arranged Marriages.
40: Asian–American Families.
41: Assessment of Couples.
42: Assessment of Families.
43: Assortative Mating.
44: Attachment Theory.
45: Attachment Typologies, Childhood.
46: Attraction, Sexual.
47: Attribution Processes in Relationships.
48: Aunts and Uncles, Relationships with.
49: Bank Account Model.
50: Barrier Forces to Relationship Dissolution.
51: Batterers.
52: Behavioral Couple Therapy.
53: Behavioral Parent Training.
54: Beliefs, Destiny Versus Growth.
55: Beliefs About Relationships.
56: Belonging, Need for.
57: Bereavement.
58: Betrayal.
59: Biological Systems for Courtship, Mating, Reproduction, and Parenting.
60: Birth Control, Relational Aspects.
61: Body Image, Relationship Implications.
62: Bogus Stranger Paradigm.
63: Borderline Psychopathology in Relationships.
64: Boredom in Relationships.
65: Boston Couples Study.
66: Bullying.
67: Capitalization.
68: Caregiver Role.
69: Caregiving Across the Life Span.
70: Casual Sex.
71: Change in Romantic Relationships Over Time.
72: Child Abuse and Neglect.
73: Children's Peer Groups.
74: Closeness.
75: Coding Systems for Observing Interactions.
76: Cognitive Behavioral Couple Therapy.
77: Cognitive Processes in Relationships.
78: Cohabitation.
79: Cohesiveness in Groups.
80: Collectivism, Effects on Relationships.
81: Commercial Channels for Mate Seeking.
82: Commitment, Predictors and Outcomes.
83: Commitment, Theories and Typologies.
84: Communal Relationships.
85: Communication, Gender Differences in.
86: Communication, Instant Messaging and Other New Media.
87: Communication, Nonverbal.
88: Communication, Norms and Rules.
89: Communication Accommodation Theory.
90: Communication Processes, Verbal.
91: Communication Skills.
92: Community Involvement.
93: Comparison Levels.
94: Compassionate Love.
95: Compatibility.
96: Complementarity.
97: Computer Matching Services.
98: Computer–Mediated Communication.
99: Conflict, Family.
100: Conflict, Marital.
101: Conflict Measurement and Assessment.
102: Conflict Patterns.
103: Conflict Prevalence and Sources.
104: Conflict Resolution.
105: Connectedness, Tension with Autonomy.
106: Conscientiousness, Effects on Relationships.
107: Contextual Influences on Relationships.
108: Convoy Model of Social Relations.
109: Cooperation and Competition.
110: Coping, Developmental Influences.
111: Couple Identity.
112: Couples in Later Life.
113: Couples in Middle Age.
114: Couple Therapy.
115: Couple Therapy for Substance Abuse.
116: Coupling Policies.
117: Courtship, Models and Processes of.
118: Courtship and Dating, Cross–Cultural Differences in.
119: Covenant Marriage.
120: Criticism in Relationships.
121: Culture and Relationships.
122: Daily Diary Methods.
123: Dark Side of Relationships.
124: Dating, First Date.
125: Dating and Courtship in Midlife and Later Life.
126: Dating Relationships in Adolescence and Young Adulthood.
127: Deception and Lying.
128: Dependence.
129: Dependency Paradox.
130: Depression and Relationships.
131: Deteriorating Relationships.
132: Developing Relationships.
133: Developmental Designs.
134: Deviance, Relationship Effects.
135: Dialectical Processes.
136: Disabilities, Chronic Illness, and Relationship Functioning.
137: Discipline in Families.
138: Discourse Analysis.
139: Disillusionment in Marriage.
140: Display Rules.
141: Dissolution of Relationships, Breakup Strategies.
142: Dissolution of Relationships, Causes.
143: Dissolution of Relationships, Coping and Aftermath.
144: Dissolution of Relationships, Processes.
145: Division of Labor in Households.
146: Divorce, Children and.
147: Divorce, Effects on Adults.
148: Divorce, Prevalence and Trends.
149: Divorce and Preventive Interventions for Children and Parents.
150: Double Standard in Relationships.
151: Dual–Earner Couples.
152: Dyadic Data Analysis.
153: Dyssemia.
154: Early Years of Marriage Project.
155: Economic Pressures, Effects on Relationships.
156: Egalitarian Relationships.
157: Elder Abuse and Neglect.
158: Embarrassment.
159: Emotional Communication.
160: Emotional Contagion.
161: Emotional Intelligence.
162: Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy.
163: Emotion in Relationships.
164: Emotion Regulation, Developmental Influences.
165: Emotion Regulation in Relationships.
166: Empathic Accuracy and Inaccuracy.
167: Empathy.
168: Employment Effects on Relationships.
169: Empty Nest, Effects on Marriage.
170: End of Life, Relationship Issues During.
171: Enemies.
172: Engagement as a Relationship Stage.
173: Envy.
174: Equity Theory.
175: Equivocation.
176: Ethical Issues in Relationship Research.
177: Evolutionary Perspectives on Women's Romantic Interests.
178: Evolutionary Psychology and Human Relationships.
179: Exchange Orientation.
180: Exchange Processes.
181: Excitation Transfer Theory.
182: Ex–Partner and Ex–Spouse Relationships.
183: Expectations About Relationships.
184: Expectation States Theory, Applied to Relationships.
185: Experimental Designs for Relationship Research.
186: Expressed Emotion.
187: Extended Families.
188: Extradyadic Sex.
189: Extraversion and Introversion.