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245 00 Mechanisms of social connection :|bfrom brain to group /
       |cedited by Mario Mikulincer and Phillip R. Shaver. 
250    First edition. 
264  1 Washington, DC :|bAmerican Psychological Association,
300    1 online resource (xvii, 425 pages). 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  The Herzliya series on personality and social psychology 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Comparative and developmental perspectives on oxytocin and
       vasopressin / Karen L. Bales -- Primary-process separation
       -distress (PANIC/GRIEF) and reward eagerness (SEEKING) 
       processes in the ancestral genesis of depressive affect 
       and addictions / Jaak Panksepp ... [et al.] -- Romantic 
       love, pair-bonding, and the dopaminergic reward system / 
       Bianca P. Acevedo and Arthur P. Aron -- The vicarious 
       brain / Christian Keysers and Valeria Gazzola -- Our 
       social baseline : the role of social proximity in economy 
       of action / James A. Coan, Casey L. Brown, and Lane Beckes
       -- Emotion, morality, and the developing brain / Jean 
       Decety and Lauren H. Howard -- Child-parent attachment and
       response to threat : a move from the level of 
       representation / Jude Cassidy, Katherine B. Ehrlich, and 
       Laura J. Sherman -- Synchrony and the neurobiological 
       basis of social affiliation / Ruth Feldman -- Gaze 
       following : a mechanism for building social connections 
       between infants and adults / Rechele Brooks and Andrew N. 
       Meltzoff -- Beyond words : parental embodied mentalizing 
       and the parent-infant dance / Dana Shai and Peter Fonagy -
       - Parental insightfulness and child-parent emotion 
       dialogues : their importance for children's development / 
       David Oppenheim and Nina Koren-Karie -- The impact of 
       early interpersonal experience on adult romantic 
       relationship functioning / Jeffry A. Simpson ... [et al.] 
       -- Risk regulation in close relationships / Justin V. 
       Cavallo, Sandra L. Murray, and John G. Holmes -- 
       Responsiveness : affective interdependence in close 
       relationships / Harry T. Reis -- Attachment bonds in 
       romantic relationships / Phillip R. Shaver and Mario 
       Mikulincer -- A theoretical perspective on the importance 
       of social connections for thriving / Brooke C. Feeney and 
       Nancy L. Collins -- Sexy building blocks : the 
       contribution of the sexual system to attachment formation 
       and maintenance / Gurit E. Birnbaum -- Evolution of the 
       social brain : psychological adaptations for group living 
       / Mark van Bugt and Tatsuya Kameda -- Social defense 
       theory : how a mixture of personality traits in group 
       contexts may promote our survival / Tsachi Ein-Dor -- It's
       all in the mind : how social identification processes 
       affect neurobiological responses / Naomi Ellemers, Félice 
       van Nunspeet, and Daan Scheepers -- Oxytocinergic 
       circuitry motivates group loyalty / Carsten K. W. De Dreu.
520    "Why are human beings so eager to form social bonds, and 
       why do they suffer so grievously when those bonds are 
       disrupted or broken? How does a person overcome fear of 
       rejection and distrust to become emotionally invested in 
       and attached to others? How do we become identified with 
       other members of a social group to the extent that we 
       include them in our self-concept and rely on them to 
       supply our sense of value? Why do they contribute so 
       powerfully to our sense of meaning and our feelings of 
       vitality, on the one hand, and-at times-to our anguish and
       despair, on the other? What neural and hormonal processes 
       are involved in the formation and maintenance of social 
       bonds? How do our social experiences in infancy and 
       childhood influence our relational behavior and the 
       quality of our social bonds in adulthood? How are our 
       social connections influenced by biological and 
       evolutionary processes and sociocultural contexts? These 
       important questions about human connections have attracted
       the attention of researchers from diverse disciplines, 
       such as social psychology, developmental psychology, 
       communication studies, sociology, and neuroscience. But 
       there is too little dialogue between the different 
       disciplines, and this has resulted in a lack of 
       integration of insights and findings. In the first four 
       volumes of our Herzliya Series on Personality and Social 
       Psychology, we focused on prosocial motives, emotions, and
       behavior; aggression, violence, and their effects; 
       morality ("good and evil"); and existential concerns such 
       as mortality, meaning, and freedom. In this, the fifth 
       volume, we deepen our analysis of human social behavior by
       surveying some of the latest developments in theory and 
       research concerning the physiological and psychological 
       mechanisms underlying the formation of social connections 
       at neural, dyadic, and group levels. We do this with the 
       entire human life span in mind, beginning with 
       infant₆parent relationships. This new volume contains 21 
       chapters organized into four main sections: the brain 
       level (focusing on the neural underpinnings of social 
       connections and the hormonal processes that contribute to 
       forming connections); the developmental level (focusing 
       especially on child-parent relationships); the dyadic 
       relationship level (focusing especially on romantic and 
       marital relationships); and the group level (considering 
       both evolutionary and physiological bases of group 
       processes). Each section describes state-of-the-art 
       theories and research from the disciplines of social 
       psychology, developmental psychology, and social 
       neuroscience. The chapter authors, all experts in their 
       fields, generously agreed to come to Herzliya and deliver 
       lectures at the 2012 Herzliya Symposium on Personality and
       Social Psychology. They participated in hours of formal 
       lectures and discussions, spent many informal hours 
       together, and then returned home and prepared chapters 
       based on the lectures and discussions. The meeting was 
       cohosted by the two editors of this volume. We worked with
       the chapter authors to make the resulting book as 
       accessible, coherent, and readable as possible so it would
       be suitable for researchers and application oriented 
       professionals as well as for university classes and the 
       educated public. The book provides a lively, engaging, 
       readable, and up-to-the-moment review of social 
       psychological, developmental, and neuroscientific 
       approaches to understanding the formation and quality of 
       social connections across the life span"--Preface. 
       (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bWashington, D.C. :|cAmerican 
       Psychological Association,|d2014.|nAvailable via World 
       Wide Web.|nAccess limited by licensing agreement. 
650  0 Social interaction|xPsychological aspects. 
650  0 Interpersonal relations|xPsychological aspects. 
650  0 Social psychology. 
650  2 Interpersonal Relations|xpsychology. 
650  2 Psychology, Social. 
650  7 Sozialpsychologie.|2gnd 
650  7 Interaktion.|2gnd 
650  7 Interpersonal relations|xPsychological aspects.|2fast
650  7 Social interaction|xPsychological aspects.|2fast
650  7 Social psychology.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01122816 
700 1  Mikulincer, Mario,|eeditor. 
700 1  Shaver, Phillip R.,|eeditor. 
776 08 |iReproduction of (manifestation):|tMechanisms of social 
       connection.|bFirst edition.|dWashington, DC : American 
       Psychological Association, [2014]|z9781433814150|w(DLC)  
830  0 Herzliya series on personality and social psychology. 
994    01|bSTJ 
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