Jealousy: The Psychological Data. This book brings together and integrates the psychological data on jealousy that has been accumulating over the past 15 years.
Jealousy: The Psychological Data. by. Eugene W. Mathes. Contents: Introduction; Jealousy Defined; The Measurement of Jealousy; Individual Differences in Jealousy; Situational Determinants of Jealousy; Responses to Jealousy Inducing Situations; A ogical Theory of Jealousy; Conclusion.
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Eugene W. Mathes, Nancy Severa. The studies reported in this paper had two purposes, the construction of a measure of jealousy and the use of this measure to test some prevalent beliefs concerning jealousy with the aim of providin. More). 4. View via Publisher. An evolutionary perspective on the interaction of age and sex differences in short-term sexual strategies.
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About publications (9) network. Psychol Rep 2011 Oct;109(2):389-92. Psychology Department, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL 61455, USA. Publications 9. Publications by authors named "Eugene W Mathes". Are you Eugene W Mathes? Register this Author.
Stage 1 and Stage 2 reasons for behaving morally are to avoid punishment and achieve rewards. According to life history theory, due to limited resources, people are faced with a number of reproductive tradeoffs, including investment in self-development (somatic effort), mating (mating effort), children and parenting, and extended family and community (inclusive fitness/reciprocal altruism).
Mathes, Eugene . "Jealousy: The Psychological Data 1992. Mead, Margaret, "Jealousy: Primitive and Civilised," in Samuel Schmalhausen and . Calverton, ed. Woman's Coming of Age (New York: Liveright, 1931) 35-48. Jealousy, Shame, and the Rival.
The dangerous passion: Why jealousy is as necessary as love and sex. New York: The Free Press. The evolution of jealousy. Mathes, Eugene . Rock, William Pennell. Jealousy and the Abyss. Voracek, . Schmitt, . Weekes-Shackelford, .
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Romantic jealousy is defined as the negative emotion resulting from the actual or threatened loss of a romantic partner to a rival (Mathes, 1992) Over 94,000 books.
Romantic jealousy is defined as the negative emotion resulting from the actual or threatened loss of a romantic partner to a rival (Mathes, 1992). From an evolutionary perspective, jealousy serves as a mate-retention strategy designed to protect close relationships from the intrusion of others (Buss, 1999). However, jealousy has also been found to be related to a host of detrimental personal and interpersonal characteristics.