Perspectives on Close Relationships

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Ann L. Weber, John H. Harvey
Allyn and Bacon, 1994 - Psychology - 388 pages
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This edited collection of original chapters was written expressly for this volume and for a student audience, by recognized experts in the relationships field. This series of distinguished "lectures" or intensive classes is designed to intrigue and invite student interest and involvement. Seven different disciplines within the field are represented offering students a variety of perspectives. Courses in Close Relationships, Personal Relationships, Family Relationships, Marriage and Family Living, and Liking/Loving, in departments of psychology, sociology, communication anthropology, child and family development, and counseling.

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Methods of Studying Close Relationships
Interpersonal Attraction
Communication in Close Relationships

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About the author (1994)

Anne L. Weber, Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Asheville

John H. Harvey is Professor of Psychology at the University of Iowa. Formerly, he taught at Vanderbilt, Ohio State, and Texas Tech Universities and was Educational Affairs Officer at the American Psychological Association (APA) from 1981 to 1982. He is a social psychologist specializing in the study of close relationships, attribution and account making, and loss and trauma phenomena. He is a Fellow of Division 8 of the APA and was a Fulbright Research Fellow studying loss in Romania in the spring of 1998. He has authored and/or edited over 20 books and has published 130 articles and chapters. He was editor of "Contemporary Psychology" from 1992 to 1998 and was founding editor of the "Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology" and the "Journal of Personal and Interpersonal Loss." With Sage, he published the book "Perspectives on Loss and Trauma: Assaults on the Self" in 2002.

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