Research on Altruism and Love is a compendium of annotated bibliographies reviewing literature and research studies on the nature of love. An essay introduces each of the annotated bibliographies.
The concept of altruism, or disinterested concern for another's welfare, has been discussed by everyone from theologians to psychologists to biologists. In this cutting edge book, evolutionary, neurological, developmental, psychological, social, cultural, and religious aspects of altruistic behavior are examined by renowned researchers.
Altruistic love is viability and limits. I would like to write two reports in APA format, one is a research paper and the other is to write the source in the research paper and explain what the source says and why you should use this source to support your research paper.In the British Journal of Psychology, Arnocky and his colleagues from Ontario’s Nipissing University describe two studies.The first featured 192 unmarried women and 105 unmarried men between the ages of 16 and 33. The participants, all Canadians, filled out a detailed questionnaire that included their sexual histories, current sexual activity, and altruistic activities.In her essay, “Explicating Altruism,” Monroe further explains the concept by describing the altruists whom she interviewed. She asserts that they all believed they were an inextricable part of a shared humanity. They were unable to think of themselves as separate from those individuals who needed their aid.
Altruism is a behavior in which an individual, the donor performs an action that helps another individual, the recipient without the donor gaining any advantage. We believe that natural selection should eliminate these characteristics, but there are still numerous examples. In animals today, we.Read More
Effective altruism is built upon the simple but profound idea: that we can do much more to help others (i.e. save many more lives) if we simply take a more objective and rational approach to what we do with our abilities, time, and money. Is effective altruism a new form of philanthropy? Is it the best way to do the most good? Here's some of the arguments in the effective altruism debate.Read More
Altruism is a pro-social behavior in which helping behavior occurs with no indication of personal benefit. According to Fiske (2010), “altruism describes a motive that makes people help because of genuine concern for others, to increase the welfare of others,” (p. 347).Read More
Altruistic (other-regarding) emotions and behaviors are associated with greater well-being, health, and longevity. This article presents a summary and assessment of existing research data on altruism and its relation to mental and physical health. It suggests several complimentary interpretive frameworks, including evolutionary bi-.Read More
Review Essay of Unto Others: The Evolution and Psychology of Unselfish Behavior, by Elliott Sober and David Sloan Wilson, Review of Austrian Economics 95 (13), p. 81-95 R B Cialdini, S L Brown, B P Lewis, C Luce, S L Neuberg (1997) Reinterpreting the empathy-altruism relationship: when one into one equals oneness., Journal of personality and social psychology 73 (3), p. 481-494, pubmed.Read More
Altruism in Preschool. behavior, antisocial behavior, and sharing of preschool-age children was reexamined through a similar experiment. There was an intervention and posttest added. The question the researchers asked was whether or not four-year-olds could be taught altruism through an intervention. Method The researchers recruited 16 four-year-old children from four different New Jersey.Read More
Overview. In ethology (the study of behavior), and more generally in the study of social evolution, on occasion, some animals do behave in ways that reduce their individual fitness but increase the fitness of other individuals in the population; this is a functional definition of altruism. Research in evolutionary theory has been applied to social behaviour, including altruism.Read More
Altruism is acting out of concern for another’s well-being. Often, people behave altruistically when they see others in desperate circumstances and feel empathy and a desire to help.Read More
Altruism (or selflessness) is concern for the well-being of others. A truly altruistic act is something done completely for the benefit of another, without concern for the self. It usually involves sacrificing something (time, effort or possessions), with no expectation of receiving anything in return (including recognition for the act of giving).It is considered a virtue in many cultures and.Read More
It's a classic tale, the story of Ebenezer Scrooge -- the epitome of selfishness, the quintessential mean-spirited, miserly, narcissistic old man. Yet as Scrooge discovers the joy of good deeds.Read More