Medical scientists and intimate relationships: translating the language of love
- Up Close and Personal. // Human Sexuality Supplement;Oct2005, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p4
Explains that there are plenty of ways a person can do to feel close to someone. Suggestions on some other ways for partners to get intimate.
- Love and Power. MARANO, HARA ESTROFF // Psychology Today;Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p54
The article discusses the paradigm of equally shared love and power in a relationship and its being a path to intimacy. It analyzes the ascent of intimacy and its importance to relationship equality, and the capacity of power to influence other people's states while working on self-development....
- If you like me, back off! Maran, Meredith // Health (Time Inc. Health);Oct2005, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p135
Presents an article relating how the book "Boundary Issues: Using Boundary Intelligence to Get the Intimacy You Want and the Independence You Need in Life, Love and Work," by social psychologist Jane Adams has helped the author in understanding boundary intelligence. Impact of the lack of...
- Unlimited Talk Time. // Guide;Feb2005, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p12
Comments on the boundaries for intimacy or impersonal interaction in gay men. Respect for personal space; Social reticence.
- HOW NOT TO BE LEFT BY YOUR LOVER WHO DITCHED YOUR THREE WEEKS AGO AND DOESN'T SEEM TO CARE IF YOU LIVE OR DIE. Courtney, Dick // Body Politic;Mar82, Issue 81, p51
Focuses on the techniques used in breaking up a relationship. Reasons for choosing a public place when ending relationships; Strategy to use on a tolerant partner who ignores rudeness and a sour disposition; Responses to cessation of telephone calls.
- Rituals in Committed Romantic Relationships: The Creation and Validation of an Instrument. Pearson, Judy; Child, Jeffrey; Carmon, Anna // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association;2008, p1
This paper reports the creation and validation of a measure of rituals in committed romantic relationships. The three-factor model that emerged included couple time, intimacy rituals, and daily routines. The instrument was positively related to overall relational quality which demonstrated...
- THE STUDY OF EMOTIONAL CONTAGION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS. KiMura, Masanori; Daibo, Ikuo; Yogo, Masao // Social Behavior & Personality: an international journal;2008, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p27
Emotional contagion was examined from the perspective of interpersonal relationships. Using a vignette paradigm, 156 Japanese undergraduates (108 females and 48 males) assumed either a friend, acquaintance, senior, or junior as their partner. Their emotional expression and experience were...
- Answers to your intimate questions. Wade, Brenda K. // Heart & Soul;Apr/May96, Issue 14, p80
Presents a question and answer advisory on questions about intimate relationships. Relationship with an unemployed husband; Conflict with boyfriend's family; Concerns on the lack of sexual experience.
- Intimacy of relationship as a function of positivity vs accuracy of perceived evaluative feedback... Hewitt, Jay; Shawhan, Julie // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Oct99, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p651
Reports on the finding that people reported higher intimacy when they thought that their partners evaluated them more favorably than they evaluated themselves. Dimensions rated by participants in the study; People's sense of equity that they should reward their partner by temporarily adopting...