A new study suggests being emotionally insecure in relationships may contribute to one being more alert to danger.
U.S. (WiredPRNews.com) – A recent study suggests being emotionally insecure in a relationship may improve an individual’s survival instincts. As reported by LiveScience.com, researchers found that reaction styles of people who feel threats to their personal relationships may make them more alert to any type of danger. Those who develop secure attachment styles reportedly have different survival adaptation styles.
Experimental psychologist Tsachi Ein-Dor of the New School of Psychology in Herzliya, Israel, is quoted in the report as stating of the subject, “Secure people have disadvantages… They react slowly and then act slowly because they need to first get organized.”
More information about the study may be available in the March release of the Perspectives on Psychological Science journal.
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