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    • Family Matters: Rethinking the Psychology of Human Social Motivation 

      Ko, Ahra; Pick, Cari M.; Kwon, Jung Yul; Barlev, Michael; Krems, Jaimie Arona; Varnum, Michael E. W.; Neel, Rebecca; Peysha, Mark; Boonyasiriwat, Watcharaporn; Brandstatter, Eduard; Crispim, Ana Carla; Cruz, Julio Eduardo; David, Daniel; David, Oana A.; de Felipe, Renata Pereira; Fetvadliev, Velichko H.; Fischer, Ronald; Galdi, Silvia; Galindo, Oscar; Golovina, Galina; Gomez-Jacinto, Luis; Graf, Sylvie; Grossmann, Igor; Gul, Pelin; Hamamura, Takeshi; Han, Shihui; Hitokoto, Hidefumi; Hrebickova, Martina; Johnson, Jennifer Lee; Karl, Johannes A.; Malanchuk, Oksana; Murata, Asuka; Na, Jinkyung; Jiaqing, O.; Rizwan, Muhammed; Roth, Eric; Salgado Salgado, Sergio Antonio; Samoylenko, Elena; Savchenko, Tatyana; Sevincer, A. Timur; Stanciu, Adrian; Suh, Eunkook M.; Talhelm, Thomas; Uskul, Ayse K.; Uz, İrem; Zambrano, Danilo; Kenrick, Douglas T. (SAGE Publications Inc., 2020-01)
      What motives do people prioritize in their social lives? Historically, social psychologists, especially those adopting an evolutionary perspective, have devoted a great deal of research attention to sexual attraction and ...