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OXFORD LIBRARY OF PSYCHOLOGY SERIES

The Oxford Handbook of Infidelity

The Oxford Handbook of Infidelity

OXFORD LIBRARY OF PSYCHOLOGY SERIES

The Oxford Handbook of Infidelity

OXFORD LIBRARY OF PSYCHOLOGY SERIES: The Oxford Handbook of Infidelity

 

This handbook showcases a broad range of infidelity topics through perspectives in social psychology, evolutionary psychology, and other areas of research on romantic relationships. It discusses the processes of infidelity alongside sources of variation, such as sexual orientation, developmental life history, individual differences, and culture for the broader social scientific community interested in fidelity in romantic relationships.


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Beschrijving OXFORD LIBRARY OF PSYCHOLOGY SERIES: The Oxford Handbook of Infidelity

Psychological research has produced a rich body of empirical data documenting humanity's propensity to commit infidelity in the context of long-term relationships, but comparatively little work has been dedicated to synthesizing these data into an integrated framework that encompasses the full range of its processes, from why it occurs in the first place to how it affects the long-term relationship thereafter.

This edited handbook integrates a broad range of topics such as characteristics related to the propensity to commit infidelity, sex differences in reactions to infidelity, our inclination to dissolve relationships after infidelity, and other responses to infidelity. It showcases contributions from experts in social psychology, evolutionary psychology, and others who specialize in research on romantic relationships. The handbook discusses the processes of infidelity alongside sources of
variation, such as sexual orientation, developmental life history, individual differences, and culture. This volume captures the interdisciplinary quality of research on the predictors, nature, and consequences of infidelity for the broader social scientific community interested in trust in romantic
relationships.


ISBN
9780197502891
Pagina's
624
Verschijnt
Serie
OXFORD LIBRARY OF PSYCHOLOGY SERIES
NUR
770
Druk
1
Uitvoering
Hardback
Taal
Engels
Uitgever
OUP USA

Psychologie