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Title Health and social relationships : the good, the bad, and the complicated / edited by Matthew L. Newman and Nicole A. Roberts
Imprint Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, c2013
book jacket
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 Ethnology Library  RA418 .H43 2013    AVAILABLE    30520020784600
Edition 1st ed
Descript ix, 262 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
The big picture. -- Social relationships, social threat, and health / Suman Lam and Sally S. Dickerson -- The effects of giving on givers / Sara Konrath and Stephanie Brown -- Romantic relationships. -- Marriage, affectionate touch, and health / Mary H. Burleson ... [et al.] -- Romantic separation, loss, and health : a review of moderators / Ashley E. Mason and David A. Sbarra -- Health behavior and emotion regulation in couples / Jane A. Skoyen ... [et al.] -- Families, peers, and cultures. -- Family relationships and physical health : biological processes and mechanisms / Erin T. Tobin, Richard B. Slatcher, and Theodore F. Robles -- Peer relationships and health : from childhood through adulthood / Kathleen S. Bryan, Yesmina N. Puckett, and Matthew L. Newman -- The role of cultural fit in the connection between health and social relationships / JoseĢ A. Soto, Yulia Chentsova-Dutton, and Elizabeth A. Lee -- Practical implications. -- Resilience : a framework for understanding the dynamic relationship between social relations and health / Anne Arewasikporn, Mary C. Davis, and Alex Zautra -- Relating for health : clinical perspectives / Nicole A. Roberts
We know that good, supportive relationships generally promote good health, and that bad, stressful relationships take a toll on our health. Yet most of our relationships -- relatives, coworkers, caregivers, and romantic partners among them -- are complicated, providing varying degrees of both support and stress. The contributors to Health and Social Relationships not only examine the psychological and physiological linkages between relationships and health, but also offer clinical implications -- such as how to foster good social relationships in our personal lives and in our communities at large. This book is an excellent compendium of research geared toward scholars and students in health psychology at the advanced undergraduate and graduate levels
Subject Social networks -- Health aspects
Interpersonal relations -- Health aspects
Social interaction -- Health aspects
Health -- Social aspects
Alt Author Newman, Matthew L
Roberts, Nicole A
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