chap 10 - Mc/B FHS - Chapter X Study Guide Know (in general...

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PSY 153     Mc/B – FHS - Chapter X Study Guide   Know (in general terms): 1.  The definitions of the glossary terms in the margins which are not specifically  cited in the study guide items below 2. Why love is such a hot topic 3.  The one aspect shared by all uses of the word  love  and the only common thread in  the various definitions of romantic love 4. How Sternberg characterizes love relationships and its ultimate form 5. What characterizes each of the three components in the  triangular theory of love 6. What characterizes each of the seven types of love (See also Figure 10.1) 7. What characterizes Lee's  primary love types 8. What characterizes Lee's secondary love types 9. The qualities the majority of Americans say define and don't define love 10. What characterizes the types of love in the  two-component theory of love 11. How these two types of love relate to Schachter's two-component theory of  emotion 12.  To what  excitement transfer  refers and the role it plays in explaining love 13. How to track the changes in Sternberg's components over the course of a  relationship 14.  How to discuss the role  proximity  plays in determining attraction 15. How to discuss the role  similarity  plays in determining attraction 16.  From what the idea that opposites attract may stem 17. What  reciprocal liking
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course PSY 153 taught by Professor Dr.? during the Fall '05 term at Stephen F Austin State University.

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