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作者:Melanie Canterberry , Omri Gillath
来源:[J].International Journal of Psychophysiology(IF 2.036), 2013, Vol.88 (3), pp.232-240Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)The sense of attachment security has been linked with a host of beneficial outcomes related to personal and relational well-being. Moreover, research has demonstrated that the sense of attachment security can be enhanced via cognitive priming techniques. Studies usin...
作者:Omri Gillath , Silvia A. Bunge ...
来源:[J].Neuroimage(IF 6.252), 2005, Vol.28 (4), pp.835-847Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Beginning in infancy, people can be characterized in terms of two dimensions of attachment insecurity: attachment anxiety (i.e., fear of rejection and abandonment) and attachment avoidance (distancing oneself from close others, shunning dependency; Bowlby, J., 1...
作者:Gery C Karantzas , Omri Gillath
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2017, Vol.13, pp.75-80Elsevier
摘要:Chronic illness and the death of a romantic partner are two of the most significant stressors reported by older adults, resulting in various physical and mental health consequences. Evidence suggests that social support is a key factor in understanding the association between chr...
作者:Omri Gillath , Gery C Karantzas , Juwon Lee
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2019, Vol.25, pp.21-25Elsevier
摘要:The current review covers two lines of research linking attachment and social networks. One focuses on attachment networks (the people who fulfill one's attachment needs), examining composition and age-related differences pertaining to these networks. The other line integrates at...
作者:Omri Gillath , Gery Karantzas
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2019, Vol.25, pp.86-95Elsevier
摘要:Attachment security priming has been used to shed light on the cognitive processes related to attachment internal working models as well as the cognitive substrates of people's attachment-related affect and behavior. Security primes activate a sense of attachment security by maki...
作者:Gery C Karantzas , Omri Gillath
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2017, Vol.13, pp.75-80Elsevier
摘要:Chronic illness and the death of a romantic partner are two of the most significant stressors reported by older adults, resulting in various physical and mental health consequences. Evidence suggests that social support is a key factor in understanding the association between chr...
作者:Omri Gillath , Angela J. Bahns ...
来源:[J].Journal of Research in Personality, 2012, Vol.46 (4), pp.423-430Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Surprisingly minimal appearance cues lead perceivers to accurately judge others’ personality, status, or politics. We investigated people’s precision in judging characteristics of an unknown person, based solely on the shoes he or she wears most often. Participa...
作者:Omri Gillath , Mark J. Landau ...
来源:[J].Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2011, Vol.47 (6), pp.1219-1224Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)According to life history theory, environmental cues indicating that one's future survivability is low increase reproductive effort. This suggests that exposure to low survivability cues will increase people's preparedness to engage in sex. However, according to sexu...
作者:Omri Gillath , Phillip R. Shaver
来源:[J].Journal of Research in Personality, 2006, Vol.41 (4), pp.968-976Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Numerous studies have examined attachment-style differences in social perception, emotion-regulation, and couple communication, but relatively little is known about how dispositional attachment style combines or interacts with relationship situations or contexts to i...
作者:Omri Gillath , Joshua Hart ...
来源:[J].Journal of Research in Personality, 2008, Vol.43 (3), pp.362-373Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)For over two decades, individual differences in adult attachment style have been conceptualized and measured in terms of anxiety, avoidance, and security. During this time, the prevailing assumption has been that an adult’s attachment style is a relatively stabl...

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