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Social Skills 101: Test and Improve Your Niceness Quotient
Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
on September 24, 2016
Fulfillment at Any Age
Social skills are such a key part of life that most of us rarely give them conscious thought. New research will provide a tool for you to do a reality check on yours.
5 Common Ways Money Issues Wreck Relationships
Andrea Bonior Ph.D.
on September 23, 2016
Issues surrounding money are one of the most common conflicts within relationships, even where there is plenty of love. Here are some frequent ways that money damages partnerships.
Are Men Attracted to Clever Women?
Robert Burriss Ph.D.
on September 22, 2016
The claim that men are intimidated by clever women has been backed by the results of a new study of speed-dating by Polish economists.
Women’s Right to Say YES to Sexuality
Aaron Ben-Zeév Ph.D.
on September 21, 2016
In the Name of Love
Women’s sexual right to say “yes” should be respected, including their right to freely shape their sexual performances, without incurring any social or emotional censure.
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The Common Descent Doctrine
By Glenn Geher Ph.D.
How Others See You
By David Ludden Ph.D.
Harmful Shortcomings in Partners
By Mark D. White Ph.D.
A Post-Racial America?
By Louis Putterman Ph.D.
Sex and Love Addiction
Do you have codependency issues?
Are you ready to commit?
Does your relationship need a check-up?
Are you a romantic or a cynic?
Are you giving your loved one the space he needs?
A Lesson Plan for Love
Bringing “Love Lessons” From the Lab to Life
Sadie Leder Elder, Ph.D.
Adventures in Dating
A savvy guide to courtship and communication.
Sean M. Horan, Ph.D.
All About Us
The Science of Social Behavior
Richard J. Crisp, Ph.D.
All in the Family
Mental Illness and Caregiving Across the Generations
Rachel Pruchno, Ph.D.
Insights for the deeply romantic and deeply skeptical
Jeremy Sherman, Ph.D.
Between You and Me
Why some relationships work—and others don't
Amie M. Gordon, Ph.D.
From close relationships to online behavior
Gwendolyn Seidman, Ph.D.
Connecting with Coincidence
The science of synchronicity and serendipity
Bernard Beitman, M.D.
Whether you should stay or go
Susan Pease Gadoua
Dating and Mating
The Social Psychology of Attraction and Romantic Relationships
Madeleine A Fugère, Ph.D.
Exploring turning points in romantic relationships
Samantha Joel, M.A.
The hidden ways beauty shapes women's lives
Letting go of living straight, at mid-life.
Loren A. Olson, M.D., D.L.F.A.P.A.
A new map of the path to intimacy
Ken Page, LCSW
Tools for walking the intergenerational tightrope
Robert Taibbi, L.C.S.W.
Happiness on Purpose
Strategies to create a life you love to live
Russell Grieger, Ph.D.
Having Sex, Wanting Intimacy
Merging sense and sensibility in modern relationships
Jill P.Weber , Ph.D.
He Speaks, She Speaks
A gender communication specialist unravels the mystery of how men and women communicate.
Audrey Nelson, Ph.D.
Heart of the Matter
How to create relationships that work
Renée Peltz Dennison, Ph.D.
Hope for Relationships
The whole-person approach to healing
Gregory L. Jantz, Ph.D.
How to Help a Friend
Applying the lessons of counseling psychology
Marvin Knittel, Ed.D.
Impossible to Please
Handling hypercritical people at work and at home
Neil J. Lavender, Ph.D. and Alan A. Cavaiola, Ph.D.
In It Together
Meeting the Needs for Connection and Freedom
Dianne Grande, Ph.D.
In the Name of Love
A philosopher looks at our deepest emotions
Insight Is 20/20
Exploring the pervasive, and unperceived, patterns that govern our lives
Seth Meyers and Katie Gilbert
Intimacy, A Path Toward Spirituality
Relationships and mindful living.
John Amodeo, Ph.D., MFT
Coercive control in relationships
How to Stop Using Dysfunctional Relationships to Hide From Satisfying Ones
Mark B. Borg, Jr., Ph.D., Grant H. Brenner, MD, and Daniel Berry, RN, MHA
Lessons for Loving
Practical wisdom on love, relationships and marriage
Karl Pillemer, Ph.D.
Where romantic relationships meet internet behavior
Martin Graff, Ph.D.
What pulled you together may be pulling you apart.
Stephen J. Betchen
Me Before We
Learn to love yourself first
Suzanne Lachmann, Psy.D.
Me, You, & Us
Examining the interplay between our love lives and our identities
Erica B. Slotter, Ph.D.
Meet, Catch, and Keep
A scientific look at the complexities of romantic relationships
Theresa DiDonato, Ph.D.
Dating and mating in a complex world
Caitlin Cantor LCSW
More Than Chemistry
What makes relationships tick.
Kelly Campbell, Ph.D.
Passive Aggressive Diaries
Understanding passive aggressive behavior in families, schools, and workplaces
Dealing with a problem partner
Sandra L. Brown, M.A.
How to identify behaviors that undermine love—and how to avoid drifting apart
Randi Gunther, Ph.D.
Principles that create more resilient teams
Madelyn Blair, Ph.D.
Using science to understand and improve relationships.
Craig Malkin, Ph.D.
Relationship compatibility and stability
Mariana Bockarova, Ph.D.
Schlepping Through Heartbreak
Making sense and bouncing back when the one you love leaves
Sex, Sexuality, and Romance
Your questions and the science of sexuality
Ritch C. Savin-Williams, Ph.D.
What we can learn from the trials and triumphs of celebrity relationships.
Sliding vs. Deciding
Observations on Love, Sex, and Commitment
Scott Stanley, Ph.D.
So Happy Together
Tips for Building a More Satisfying Marriage
Rob Pascale & Lou Primavera, Ph.D.
New Views On The Self And Society
Deborah J. Cohan, Ph.D.
Happily ever, after divorce.
Exploring the frontiers of sex and relationships
Michael Aaron, Ph.D.
Stronger at the Broken Places
How challenges can strengthen your relationship
Linda Bloom, L.C.S.W., and Charlie Bloom, M.S.W.
Relationships in the digital age
The Attraction Doctor
How persuasion research can help you get a date
The Dance of Connection
Rescuing women and men from the quicksand of difficult relationships.
Harriet Lerner, Ph.D.
The Friendship Doctor
Send in your friendship questions and quandaries and get expert answers and solutions
Irene S. Levine, Ph.D.
The Heart of Autism
Successful Strategies for Relationships and Life
Eva A. Mendes, LMHC
The Intelligent Divorce
And further unorthodox advice on relationships, marriage and parenting
Mark Banschick, M.D.
The Joint (Ad)Ventures of Well-Educated Couples
What it really takes to create and sustain an exceptional and lasting marriage.
Shauna Springer, Ph.D
The Legacy of Distorted Love
Recognizing, understanding and overcoming the debilitating impact of maternal narcissism
Karyl McBride, Ph.D.
The Middle Ground
The creative way to enriching your relationship.
The Mysteries of Love
Insights into the psychology of love
Berit Brogaard, D.M.Sci., Ph.D.
The Polyamorists Next Door
Exploring the world of consensual non-monogamy
Elisabeth Sheff, Ph.D.
The White Knight Syndrome
Rescuing Yourself From Your Need to Rescue Others
Mary Lamia and Marilyn Krieger
Mind-Body Wisdom and the Modern Gay Man
Rick Miller, LICSW
Valley Girl With a Brain
Questioning, like, everything
What Is He Thinking?
Decoding the male psyche.
Michael Bader, D.M.H.
Wired For Love
Strengthening the brain for better, closer relationships
Amy Banks, MD
Women Who Stray
Notes on the history and current practice of female infidelity
David J. Ley, Ph.D.
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