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Social intelligence: the new science of human relationships

Author: Goleman, Daniel Publisher: Bantam Books, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 403 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0553803522Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Europe Campus
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Print HM131 .G65 2006
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001179898
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Social Intelligence The New Science of Human Relationships Contents Prologue Unveiling a New Science 3 PART I WIRED TO CONNECT 13 27 38 50 63 82 1. The Emotional Economy 2. 3. 4. 5. A Recipe for Rapport Neural WiFi An Instinct for Altruism The Neuroanatomy of a Kiss 6. What Is Social Intelligence? PART II BROKEN BONDS 7. You and It 8. The Dark Triad 9. Mindblind 105 117 133 PART III NURTURING NATURE 147 162 173 10. Genes Are Not Destiny 11. A Secure Base 12. The Set Point for Happiness PART IV · LOVE'S VARIETIES 13. Webs of Attachment 14. Desire: His and Hers 15. The Biology of Compassion 189 198 211 PART V HEALTHY CONNECTIONS 223 238 250 16. Stress Is Social 17. Biological Allies 18. A People Prescription PART VI SOCIAL CONSEQUENCE 267 285 298 311 321 323 329 335 337 393 405 19. The Sweet Spot for Achievement 20. The Connectedness Corrective 21. From Them to Us Epilogue What Really Matters Appendix A The High and Low Roads: A Note Appendix B The Social Brain Appendix C Rethinking Social Intelligence Acknowledgments Notes Index About the Author

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