This is book number 36 in the Introductory series.
This 4th edition is filled with fascinating topics psychology students and professionals will enjoy
Do you want to learn why human relationships are important?
Do you want to learn what causes human relationships to form?
Do you want to learn why humans show prosocial behaviour?
If the answer is yes to any of these questions and more, then this is the book for you as we investigate how human relationships form, types of love and relationships and the psychology of prosocial behaviour.
This fascinating 4th edition includes brand new chapters on the psychology of sexuality and homosexuality to help you get a more in depth understanding of this great topic.
By the end of this book, you will know:
- Why human relationships are important?
- The biological, cognitive, and social reasons why human relationships form.
- What the Bystander Effect is and why it happens?
- How to Promote Prosocial Behavior?
- Why humans show altruism?
Psychology of Human Relationships Content:
Why Are Relationships Important?
Part One: What Causes Relationships?
The Biological Explanations for Relationships
The Cognitive Explanations for Relationships
The Social Explanations for Relationships
Part Two: Communication, Attraction and Relationship Breakdown
Types of Love and Theories of Attraction
Why Relationships Change and End?
Part Three: Prosocial Behaviour
Why People Don't Help?
Social Identification and the Dark Side of Altruism
Promoting Prosocial Behaviour