By Sybil L. Hart, Maria Legerstee
Via a compilation of unique articles, the Handbook of Jealousy deals an built-in portrait of the rising parts of study into the character of jealousy and a discussion board for discussing the consequences of the findings for theories of emotional and socio-cognitive improvement.
- Presents the latest findings and theories on jealousy throughout quite a number contexts and age-stages of improvement
- Includes 23 unique articles with empirical findings and specified commentaries by way of top specialists within the box
- Serves as a important source for pros within the fields of scientific psychology, psychiatry, and social paintings, in addition to students within the fields of psychology, relatives experiences, sociology, and anthropology
Chapter 1 Jealousy in Western background (pages 5–26): Peter N. Stearns
Chapter 2 Loss, Protest, and Emotional improvement (pages 27–39): Michael Lewis
Chapter three Jealousy and Romantic Love (pages 40–54): Aaron Ben?Ze'ev
Chapter four The Ontogenesis of Jealousy within the First yr of lifestyles (pages 55–82): Sybil L. Hart
Chapter five Neural constructions of Jealousy (pages 83–100): Gabriela Markova, James Stieben and Maria Legerstee
Chapter 6 The Evolutionary resources of Jealousy (pages 101–120): Jaak Panksepp
Chapter 7 Sibling contention within the Birds and Bees (pages 121–143): Scott Forbes
Chapter eight eco-friendly Eyes in Bio?Cultural Frames (pages 144–160): Vasudevi Reddy
Chapter nine Social Bonds, Triadic Relationships, and ambitions (pages 161–191): Maria Legerstee, Baila Ellenbogen, Tom Nienhuis and Heidi Marsh
Chapter 10 Jealousy in Infant–Peer Trios (pages 192–234): Ben S. Bradley
Chapter eleven Parental stories of Jealousy in Early Infancy (pages 235–266): Riccardo Draghi?Lorenz
Chapter 12 Jealousy in Autism Spectrum problems (ASD) (pages 267–292): Nirit Bauminger
Chapter thirteen Is Jealousy a fancy Emotion? (pages 293–311): R. Peter Hobson
Chapter 14 what's lacking within the learn of the improvement of Jealousy? (pages 312–328): Joseph J. Campos, Eric A. Walle and Audun Dahl
Chapter 15 A Theoretical version of the improvement of Jealousy (pages 329–361): Sybil L. Hart
Chapter sixteen Jealousy and Attachment (pages 362–386): R. M. Pasco Fearon, Marian J. Bakermans?Kranenburg and Marinus H. van Ijzendoorn
Chapter 17 the advance of Sibling Jealousy (pages 387–417): Brenda L. Volling, Denise E. Kennedy and Lisa M. H. Jackey
Chapter 18 The Socialization of Sibling contention (pages 418–442): Sybil L. Hart
Chapter 19 kin Triangular Interactions in Infancy (pages 443–476): Elisabeth Fivaz?Depeursinge, Nicolas Favez, Chloe Lavanchy Scaiola and Francesco Lopes
Chapter 20 tradition, Parenting, and the improvement of Jealousy (pages 477–497): Heidi Keller and Bettina Lamm
Chapter 21 Social category, pageant, and Parental Jealousy in kid's activities (pages 498–515): Noel Dyck
Chapter 22 whilst associates produce other buddies (pages 516–546): Jeffrey G. Parker, Sara A. Kruse and Julie Wargo Aikins
Chapter 23 Jealousy in maturity (pages 547–571): Christine R. Harris and Ryan S. Darby
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Although both claims have more than a grain of truth in them, jealousy is more complex. Most people do not consider their beloved to be their property, but nevertheless are jealous when they are about to lose her to someone else. It is more appropriate to characterize the central concern of jealousy as that of exclusivity. In this chapter, I clarify the role of this concern in jealousy. I begin by distinguishing between jealousy and envy, as the two emotions are often confused. Then I briefly discuss the personal comparative concern, which is highly crucial in jealousy, and describe major components of typical jealousy.
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