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Pines employes, to face a theme that nearly everyone on earth wants to hear abou “Falling in love” by the American-Israeli Psychologist A. Ayala was immersed in books and reading from early pinrs and, later, in her extensive writing. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs.

If I knew about this book when I was a teenager who fell in love with every guy who showed me the slightest signs of affection, it would have helped A LOT!

The second edition furthers the work of the popular and successful first edition. Interviews with four individuals reveal how early relationships with parents affected subsequent romantic ones; Steve, for instance, was abandoned by his father and terrified of the live-in boyfriends of his cruel and demanding mother.

For me, this book was a quiet trove of information, gently affirming my own loneness, without inspiring loneliness.


Falling in Love: Why We Choose the Lovers We Choose by Ayala Malach Pines

It’s a fun and helpful read. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships “The book is inherently readable, containing an estimable balance of digested knowledge from the empirical literature, combined with carefully chosen and expertly delineated first-person accounts of both the sources and throes of jealousy Falling in ;ines is the first book to unlock the mysteries of how and why we fall in love.

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Ayala Malach Pines

She promoted and practised an interdisciplinary approach in her research, often collaborating with researchers coming from diverse disciplines and methodologies. Escape will cancel and close the window.

Tennessean, November 7, “What I like about her approach is it reminds us to ‘shine the flashlight’ more ayaoa ourselves than point fingers at partners when relationships fail. Citing the most important studies on love and relationships, Pines looks at how such factors as arousal, beauty, and character affect how and who we choose to love. Lee rated it liked it Feb 12, Popularity Popularity Featured Price: Also ideas that are obvious once pointed as such as: As Helen Fisher said, not many of us walk the path of life without being struck by love.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The result is a list of the factors that contribute most to successful pairing — at the top of the list?


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As to why we fall in love with a particular person, Pines looks at various psychological theories and concludes that an internal romantic image plays a key role in whom we choose and that childhood experiences of love shape this image. Learn more at Author Central. It doesn’t tell you anything you don’t already know: Are you an author?

Better understanding the contours and patterns of maalch and why we fall in love can help us gain important self-knowledge, find meaningful relationships, or improve existing ones. In other words, it does as the title suggests and attempts to address why we choose the lovers we choose, from a psychological perspective.

Prof. Ayala Malach-Pines, 1945-2012

The book sheds light on the circumstances that affect why we fall in love and the background experiences that shape our preferences and choices in mates.

Gender differences and the evolutionary, social, and psychoanalytic theories pinea seek to explain them are also examined. Mojtaba rated it it was ok Jan 02, Undergrad psychology really does ruin you for any kind of pop science reading.