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Author of Strong Interaction

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Thomas Smith, PhD., is a professor of sociology at the University of Rochester.He is the author of numerous scholarly articles and books, including his theoretical monograph Strong Interaction (Chicago 1992) which critics praised as a "book that jolts us into new ways of seeing and thinking about human life."Smith's more recent work uses computational methods to explore innate mechanisms active in attachment behavior and has opened up, within in his own discipline, a new field that is an outgrowth of the important discoveries in social neuroscience.He has been especially interested in how patterns in social life are linked to neural and hormonal systems.Models of these links have taken the form of hypercycles,strong couplings between attachment behavior and hormonal activity of various kinds.
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