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Wann haben Sie sich zuletzt verliebt? Wie häufig hatten Sie schon Liebeskummer? Hand aufs Herz: Über wen haben Sie sich in den vergangenen Wochen am meisten aufgeregt, über Ihren Freund/Ihre Freundin, einen Mitbewohner oder Ihre Eltern? Oder auch einen Dozenten, einen Sporttrainer oder einen Kommilitonen? Ob Liebes-, Arbeits-, Wohnbeziehung – soziale Beziehungen bestimmen unseren Alltag. Denn wir verbringen ihn mit Menschen, mit denen uns, ob gewollt oder nicht gewollt, Beziehungen verbinden: Wir haben Freunde, Verwandte, Vorgesetzte, Partner, manchmal auch Geliebte und zuweilen auch ein paar Feinde. In diesem Kapitel erfahren Sie, was Beziehungen unterschiedlicher Art aus sozialpsychologischer Sicht charakterisiert und welche Bedeutung Beziehungen für unser Wohlbefinden und unsere Gesundheit haben (Abschn. 1.1). Anschließend lesen Sie, welche Faktoren die Aufnahme einer Beziehung wahrscheinlicher machen (Abschn. 1.2). Sie lernen darüber hinaus die sozialpsychologische Sicht auf die Thematik „Liebe“ kennen sowie typische Verläufe von Paarbeziehungen, Forschung zum Umgang mit Krisen in der Partnerschaft und zu Auswirkungen von Trennungen (Abschn. 1.3).

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  1. 1.Fachgebiet Wirtschafts- und OrganisationspsychologieUniversität HohenheimStuttgartDeutschland
  2. 2.Department of PsychologyUniversity of OsloOsloNorwegen
  3. 3.Zentrum für Soziales und Ökonomisches Verhalten (C-SEB)Universität zu KölnKölnDeutschland

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