Intimacy as an Adaptive Emotion under High Relational Mobility

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Abstract: Previous research has shown that people in individualistic cultures feel higher intimacy toward their friends and romantic partners than those in collectivistic cultures. Why do such cultural differences exist? Based on a socioecological approach, we propose that intimacy is a psychological process underlying relationship-maintenance behaviors (e.g., social support) and is more adaptive ...

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