It’s Valentine’s Day! Relationships, love, and attraction are all hot topics within social psychology, and I’ve covered a bunch of that research on this blog. So I thought I’d round those posts up, and put them here to give you an easy guide to the social psychology of love and relationships.
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Articles about Psychology, Attraction, & Relationships
As for the blog content, check out these posts where I cover the social psychological research relevant to love, attraction, and relationships:
- Happy Married Life: 3 Insights from Social Psychology
- Reciprocal Liking: People Like You More When You Like Them
- Types of Relationships: Communal and Exchange
- Mimicry Increases Liking
- You’d Like Me More If We Shared a Birthday
- Which Friendships Last the Longest?: Psychology of Attraction and Adolescent Relationships
- Social Support and Responses to Stress: Tend and Befriend Theory
- How to Build a Strong Relationship: Express Gratitude
- Relationship Dealbreakers: What People Want to Avoid in a Partner
Happy Valentine’s Day! I mean, if you’re into that sort of thing…