A clear, balanced, contemporary look at how relationships work, from leading researchers in the field.As the first text to fully capture the excitement of today's research findings on couples, Intimate Relationships answers fascinating questions: How do relationships work?Why are they so hard sometimes?What are the principles that guide them?How can we use what we know to make them better?
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Thomas N. Bradbury earned his BA in psychobiology from Hamilton College, his MA in general psychology from Wake Forest University, and his PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Illinois. Each year he teaches a large undergraduate class and small honors seminar on intimate relationships. In 2000, he was awarded the Distinguished Teaching Award from the UCLA Department of Psychology.
Benjamin R. Karney earned his BA in psychology from Harvard University and his MA and PhD in social psychology from UCLA. Ben has received numerous awards for his teaching, including a Distinguished Teaching Award from the UCLA Department of Psychology in 2011. He teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in intimate relationships.
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