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'''Zick Rubin''' (born 1944) is an Amercan who was a social psychologist, and is now working as a publishing and copyright lawyer in Boston.
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'''Zick Rubin''' (born 1944) is an American who was a social psychologist known for his studies of romantic love, and is now working as a publishing and copyright lawyer in Boston.
   
 
He invented [[Rubin's Scales of Liking and Loving]], a scale of romantic attachment.
 
He invented [[Rubin's Scales of Liking and Loving]], a scale of romantic attachment.
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===Other references===
 
===Other references===
 
* Zick Rubin: [http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/13/opinion/13rubin.html "How the Internet Tried to Kill Me"] New York Times, 2011/03/13
 
* Zick Rubin: [http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/13/opinion/13rubin.html "How the Internet Tried to Kill Me"] New York Times, 2011/03/13
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==External links==
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*[http://www.zickrubin.com/ Bio]
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Zick Rubin (born 1944) is an American who was a social psychologist known for his studies of romantic love, and is now working as a publishing and copyright lawyer in Boston.

He invented Rubin's Scales of Liking and Loving, a scale of romantic attachment.

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  • Zick Rubin,(1975) “Disclosing Oneself to a Stranger: Reciprocity and Its Limits,” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 11: 233-60
  • Rubin, Z & McNeil, E.B. (1983). The psychology of being human. Harper and Row ISBN 9780060443788 (4th Edition)

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