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By Joseph P. Forgas, Arie W. Kruglanski, Kipling D Williams

This ebook presents an updated integration of a few of the newest advancements in social mental learn on social clash and aggression, essentially the most perennial and complicated issues in all of psychology. It offers an informative, scholarly but readable evaluate of modern advances in examine at the nature, antecedents, administration, and outcomes of interpersonal and intergroup clash and aggression. The chapters proportion a vast integrative orientation, and argue that human clash is healthier understood throughout the cautious research of the cognitive, affective, and motivational procedures of these considering clash occasions, supplemented via a broadly-based realizing of the evolutionary, organic, in addition to the social and cultural contexts during which social clash happens.

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29 30 Mario Mikulincer and Phillip R. ), and, for each item, participants wrote the name of the person who best served the targeted attachment-related function. In the second measure, participants were asked to write the names of their father, mother, brothers, sisters, best friend, current romantic partner, grandfathers, and grandmothers without making any reference to the attachment functions they did or did not serve. We assumed that because some of these people’s names were not provided as primary attachment figures they probably did not meet the strict requirements for that role.

No significant effects were found for ratings of strong and intermediate exemplars. 74). To test our predictions, we conducted two-step hierarchical regression analy­ ses with participants’ scores on the ECR attachment anxiety and avoidance scales and security priming (a contrast variable contrasting security priming, 1, with neutral priming, –1) as the independent variables. In the first step of these analy­ ses, we entered attachment anxiety and avoidance (Z-scores) and security priming as a block to examine the unique main effects of these predictors.

Unlike traditional work on couple conflict, Fitzsimons and Anderson’s project examines similar versus dissimilar goal pursuits and argues that goals underlie much of how partners view each other and understand each other and their motivations to cooperate with each other. They find that dissimilar personal goals can lead to increased rates of fighting and increased negativity in response to common disagreements. In Chapter 13 Lisa Zadro examines the possible psychological, contextual, and emotional factors that may motivate targets of relational ostracism to enact puni­ tive and vengeful behaviors.

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