To date, there has been limited progress in the advancement of a comprehensive biopsychological model to explain behavior patterns in human relationships. The current paper describes such a model. A simplified description of a theory of cortical functioning is presented. Next, there is a discussion of two patterns of human relationship behaviors explained within the context of the model. There is a brief discussion as to how the current model compares to the dominant Big Five Model of personality traits. Conclusions focus on the need for future research to determine the effectiveness of a clinical biopsychology approach, including the accuracy of the relationship patterns.
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