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Harry Reis

Professor Of Psychology
Arts, Sciences, and Engineering

Department of Clinical And Social Sciences In Psychology

Areas of expertise: Relationships and emotions: intimacy, attachment, and emotion regulation.

Press contact:
Susan Hagen
susan.hagen@rochester.edu
585.276.4061

Related Links:
Harry Reis Homepage


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January 05, 2006

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Biography

Harry Reis studies the factors that influence the quantity and closeness of social interaction, and the consequences of different patterns of socializing for health and psychological well-being. In his research, subjects keep detailed records on their on-going social interaction. These are tabulated by computer and related to various factors such as sex role, health, and emotional well-being. Professor Reis is also investigating some of the psychological processes that affect the course and conduct of close relationships. He is particularly interested in intimacy, attachment, and emotion regulation.