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Communicating affection

interpersonal behavior and social context

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        StatementCambridge University Press
        PublishersCambridge University Press
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        LC Classifications2006
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 89 p. :
        Number of Pages72
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100521832055
        Series
        1
        2Advances in personal relationships (Cambridge, England)
        3Advances in personal relationships
        An introduction to affectionate communication Thinking about affection: the theories Encoding affectionate messages Decoding and responding to affectionate expressions Benefits of expressing and receiving affection Risks associated with affectionate communication A new theoretic approach Affectionate communication in human interaction.

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Learn more about how to protect older adults and those with a from getting COVID-19. A biological frame therefore adds to—rather than detracts from—our understanding of communication phenomena. The biological effects of affectionate communication are perhaps most pronounced in situations involving either acute or chronic stress.

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As this article details, the communication of affection—which is among the most potent behaviors for the formation and maintenance of close relationships—has multiple genetic, neurological, hormonal, immune, and nervous system connections. New York: Peter Lang Publishing. Communicators have many possible reasons for conveying affection equivocally; this text will discuss the strategic use of indirect affectionate gestures and the important relational purposes they Communicating affection. Perhaps unsurprisingly, therefore, being deprived of adequate affectionate communication is predictive of multiple physical and psychological detriments, including elevated stress and exacerbated depression, social and relational problems, Communicating affection attachment, susceptibility to Communicating affection anxiety and mood disorders, susceptibility to diagnosed secondary immune disorders, chronic pain, and sleep disturbances.

This text explores the scientific research on affection exchange to emerge from the disciplines of communication, social psychology, family studies, psychophysiology, anthropology, and nursing.

Certain medical conditions can also increase risk for severe illness. As such, they are subject to their anatomical affordances and limitations and are affected by a host of physiological processes. Affection Exchange Theory The affection exchange theory was pioneered by Floyd 2001, 2002, 2006 as an approach to study how affectionate communication functions in various relationships.