Table of contents for Dynamics of romantic love : attachment, caregiving, and sex / edited by Mario Mikulincer, Gail S. Goodman.

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Contents
Preface
PART I Introduction
1. Attachment to Attachment Theory: A Personal Perspective on an Attachment Researcher
 Gail S. Goodman 
2. Attachment, Caregiving, and Sex within Romantic Relationships: A Behavioral 
 Systems Perspective
 Mario Mikulincer
PART II Basic Attachment Processes in Couple Relationships 
3. What Is Adult Attachment?
 Cindy Hazan, Mary Campa, and Nurit Gur-Yaish
4. The Evolution of Attachment in Romantic Relationships
 Claudia Chloe Brumbaugh and R. Chris Fraley
5. An Attachment Perspective on Abusive Dynamics in Intimate Relationships
 Kim Bartholomew and Colleen Allison
 
6. Sex Differences in Jealousy: A Matter of Evolution or Attachment History?
 Kenneth N. Levy, Kristen M. Kelly, and Ejay L. Jack
PART III Interplay between the Caregiving and Attachment Systems
7. Responding to Need in Intimate Relationships: Normative Processes and Individual
 Differences
 Nancy L. Collins, AnaMarie C. Guichard, M ire B. Ford, and Brooke C. Feeney
8. Attachment, Mental Representations of Others, and Gratitude and Forgiveness in
 Romantic Relationships
 Mario Mikulincer, Phillip R. Shaver, and Keren Slav
9. Daily Perceptions of Conflict and Support in Romantic Relationships: The Ups and
 Downs of Anxiously Attached Individuals
 Jeffry A. Simpson, Lorne Campbell, and Yanna J. Weisberg
PART IV Attachment, Sex, and Love
10. Attachment Styles, Sex Motives, and Sexual Behavior: Evidence for Gender-Specific
 Expressions of Attachment Dynamics
 M. Lynne Cooper, Mark Pioli, Ash Levitt, Amelia Talley, Lada Micheas, and Nancy 
 L. Collins
11. How Do I Love Thee?: Implications of Attachment Theory for Understanding Same-
 Sex Love and Desire
 Lisa M. Diamond
12. Attachment-Related Pathways to Sexual Coercion
 Deborah Davis
 
13. How do Sexuality and Attachment Interrelate?: Goals, Motives, and Strategies
 Omri Gillath and Dory A. Schachner
PART V Interfaces between Attachment Theory and Other Perspectives on Romantic Love
14. Romantic Relationships from the Perspectives of the Self-Expansion Model and
 Attachment Theory: Partially Overlapping Circles
 Arthur Aron and Elaine N. Aron 
15. Implications of Attachment Theory for Research on Intimacy
 Harry T. Reis
16. Seasons of the Heart
 Ellen Berscheid
17. Comments, Questions, and Future Directions
 Phillip R. Shaver 
 
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Love.
Attachment behavior.
Sex.