Girl Talk : What Science Can Tell Us about Female Friendship

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Girl Talk : What Science Can Tell Us about Female Friendship

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 262 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781580057677
  • DDC分類 302.34082

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In Girl Talk, New York Times science reporter Jacqueline Mroz takes on the science of female friendship--a phenomenon that's as culturally powerful as it is individually mysterious. She examines friendship from a range of angles, from the historical to the experiential, with a scientific analysis that reveals new truths about what leads us to connect and build alliances, and then "break up" when a friendship no longer serves us. Mroz takes a new look at how friendship has evolved throughout history, showing how friends tend to share more genetic commonalities than strangers, and that the more friends we have, the more empathy and pleasure chemicals are present in our brains. Scientists have also reported that friendship directly influences health and longevity; women with solid, supportive friendships experience fewer "fight or flight" impulses and stronger heart function, and women without friendships tend to develop medical challenges on par with those associated with smoking and excessive body weight. With intimate reporting and insightful analysis, Mroz reveals new awareness about the impact of women's friendships, and how they shape our culture at large.

Table of Contents

Foreword                                           ix
Claire Messud
Introduction xiii
A Note on the Research Study xvii
Chapter 1 A History of Friendship How the 1 (26)
idea started
Chapter 2 The Science of Friendship Why we 27 (24)
act the way we do with our friends
Chapter 3 The Evolution of Friendship How 51 (24)
animals make friends, and what it means for
humans
Chapter 4 Women Versus Men Why their 75 (26)
friendships are so different
Chapter 5 Famous Friends Women's friendship 101 (22)
in literature
Chapter 6 Mon Ami Friendship in other 123 (26)
cultures
Chapter 7 The Breakup Stories of women who 149 (28)
experienced the end of a friendship
Chapter 8 Friending and Unfriending How 177 (26)
technology is changing friendship
Chapter 9 A Friend Indeed The health 203 (26)
benefits: Why women become friends and what
we get out of it
Chapter 10 Friends Forever Making new 229
friends and keeping old ones