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Lee, J.A. (1988) Love-Styles. In: Sternberg, R.J. and Barnes, M.L., Eds., The Psychology of Love, Yale University Press, New Haven, 38-67.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Seductive Behavior: Can It Be Harmful?

    AUTHORS: Thiago de Almeida

    KEYWORDS: Love, Dependency [Psychology], Obsessive Behavior, Compulsive Behavior, Mental Health

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Access Library Journal, Vol.1 No.8, November 17, 2014

    ABSTRACT: The love experience involves a certain degree of reciprocity and balance between the partners. However, many patients complain of difficulty in maintaining their interest in different partners and therefore extending the relationship beyond the seduction phase. This dynamic resembles Donjuanism, however, it differs precisely because sexual acting is not essential for the characterization of the compulsive seduction but the conquering effort itself. Considering the scarcity of studies and given the relevance of this phenomenon, research that addresses the issue is fundamental to understanding the seductive behavior and the establishment of therapeutic approaches that promote the formation of long lasting emotional bonds, so that the individuals suffering with this dynamic may, as many of them wish, establish a family.