Dyadic Relationship as Evolutionary Potential: An Exploratory Study
Master of Arts (MA)
Committee or Advisor Chair
Douglas C. Bowman, Ph.D.
Hugh Redmond, Ph.D.
Wade C. Pendleton
dyadic relationship, evolutionary behavior and thought, transpersonal psychology, human evolution, spiritual enlightenment
Developmental Psychology | Experimental Analysis of Behavior | Psychology | Religion | Transpersonal Psychology
This thesis is an exploratory study of a new territory in transpersonal psychology, dyadic relationship with one other closest person. It is germane for those committed to investigating evolving human potential to consciously hasten and deepen the natural processes now occurring through our individual biomental beings and capacities. Social interactions have been rapidly changing in the United States. Among other things, there has been an increasing explicit emphasis on personal relationships entailing reciprocal responses and fulfillment.
Staniford, Jenice L., "Dyadic Relationship as Evolutionary Potential: An Exploratory Study" (1980). Johnston Master Theses (20th Century). 43.