6 edition of The Tending Instinct found in the catalog.
May 1, 2003
by Owl Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||308|
“This fascinating, beautifully written book brings the exciting research on our social nature and the brain to life” – Shelley Taylor, distinguished professor, UCLA, author of The Tending Instinct “Humans are exquisitely social. Immediate online access to all issues from Subscription will auto renew annually.
Jeremy Robinson is the author of bestselling thrillers, including Antarktos Rising, The Last Hunter: Descent, The Didymus Contingency and the Jack Sigler Thrillers—including Pulse and novels have been translated into eight languages. Born in the coastal town of Beverly, Massachusetts, Robinson grew up on a steady diet of science fiction, and started out his creative career as a. In fact, she asserts that development of the human brain has been driven by our instinct to tend one another. She shows that our responses to stress--from staying calm or fending off illness--are directly connected to the quality of tending that we receive as children and adults. Times Bks, , p., hardcover, $
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The Tending Instinct: Women, Men, and the Biology of Relationships by Shelley E. Taylor (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work.
Scan an ISBN with your phone 5/5(3). The Tending Instinct book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. â€œA tour de force The Tending Instinct elevates womenâ€™ /5. Praise for The Tending Instinct “In a profoundly important theoretical tour de force, Shelley Taylor moves caring and compassion to psychology's center stage.
The Tending Instinct elevates women's natural strengths in caregiving and befriending to a long-deserved prominence in society. A world-renowned expert on stress and health, Taylor is the author of more than scientific papers, as well as the book The Tending Instinct: Women, Men, and the Biology of Nurturing.
She is the recipient of the Outstanding Scientific Contribution Award in Health Psychology, the Donald Campbell Award in Social Psychology, Yale University's Book Edition: First Edition. And it is this tending instinct that keeps a society together and makes individuals healthier.
Men and women differ in other ways that influence social interaction, says Taylor. Men's groups are more hierarchical, women's more informational.
Married men live longer than single men, and women fare better during times of major crisis, such as the /5(8). The tending instinct: how nurturing is essential for who we are and how we live User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.
Sure, there's "fight or flight," but, argues psychologist Taylor, women also have an instinct for "tend and befriend"Da deeply ingrained trait that benefits society. Read full review5/5(1). Book Review: The Tending Instinct. Shelley Taylor, New York, Henry Holt; pp. $ Book Review: The Tending Instinct.
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The Tending Instinct, by Shelley E. Taylor, unlocks some of the mysteries of "women, men, and the biology of our relationships."The big 'ah-ha!' I discovered in its pages is that this need for community with other women is biological; it is part of our DNA. This research became the basis of her book, The Tending Instinct.
Taylor found that the stress response in women produced much lower adrenaline and. AKC’s Herding program offers both tests and trials. The herding test is offered in a non-competitive pass/fail format as an Instinct Test, Herding Test, and Pre-Trial test.
All are conducted. The Tending Instinct (Hardcover) How Nurturing is Essential to Who We Are and How We Live. By Shelley E. Taylor. Times Books,pp. Publication Date: May 1, Other Editions of This Title: Paperback (5/1/).
Shelley Elizabeth Taylor (born ) is a distinguished professor of psychology at the University of California, Los received her Ph.D. from Yale University, and was formerly on the faculty at Harvard University.
A prolific author of books and scholarly journal articles, Taylor has long been a leading figure in two subfields related to her primary discipline of social psychology.
THE TENDING INSTINCT: How Nurturing Is Essential for Who We Are and How We Live Shelley E. Taylor, Author.
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[Shelley E Taylor] -- Taylor examines stress, relationships, and human society through the special lens of women's biology. She draws on genetics, evolutionary psychology, physiology, and neuroscience to.
The Tending Instinct Fight or Flight may assure survival in the short term, but an individual is not likely to survive for long if he or she tries to go it alone.
“Tend and befriend” is critical to our social nature and is vital to our survival as a species. Taylor () The Tending Instinct: How Nurturing is Essential to.
InUCLA social psychologist Shelley Taylor and her colleagues wrote an influential article in Psychological Review, which Taylor later expanded into a book called The Tending Instinct.
Interesting book focusing on our "other" response to stress: "tend & befriend" in addition to "fight or flight." For years Taylor has studied stress and our physical, mental, & emotional reactions/consequences to stress, when she discovered that we have long made the assumption that "fight or flight" is our only response to stressful events/5(2).
Book Review of The Tending Instinct: How Nurturing is Essential to Who We are and How We Live by Shelley E. Taylor (Henry Holt and Company, ).
Shelley Taylor is a professor of psychology at UCLA who specializes in research on stress. Several years ago she and some doctoral students were attending a lecture on responses to threat in.
In the book, "The Tending Instinct," the author shows how men and women differ in their responses in times of need. According to the author, women are born with a "nurturing" quality and tend to seek support from others during times of stress.
During these times, women will also reach out to help others. Page 76 - We may, then, define an instinct as an inherited or innate psycho-physical disposition which determines its possessor to perceive, and to pay attention to, objects of a certain class, to experience an emotional excitement of a particular quality upon perceiving such an object, and to act in regard to it in a particular manner, or, at least, to experience an impulse to such action.The Tending Instinct 作者: Shelley E.
Taylor 出版社: Times Books 副标题: How Nurturing is Essential to Who We Are and How We Live 出版年: 定价: USD 装帧: .This quotation, which concludes Book V, Chapter I, finds the adult Jim still contemplating the fascination he feels for Ántonia.
Here he attributes her significance to her nurturing and generous presence, which suggests an enviable fullness of life. Ántonia evokes “immemorial human attitudes which we recognize by instinct as universal and true” because she is full of love and loyalty.