sexta-feira, 26 de fevereiro de 2016

"People who take long hot showers, or baths, may do so 
to ward off feelings of loneliness or social isolation" 

(John Bargh, Yale University)

"Relational models theory, introduced by the anthropologist Alan Fiske, proposes that people engage in just four basic types of relationships. The most ancient of these, evolutionarily speaking, is communal sharing, in which people give according to ability and take according to need (as with a mother and her infant, or between spouses). Communal sharing relationships are typically formed and sustained through acts that connect the physical body, like touching or sharing bodily fluids. And such actions typically involve the sensation of being physically warm — something we instinctively find essential."

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