Psych 1603 Ch 14 - • Affects of chronic loneliness •...

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Socioemotional Development: Early Adulthood Chapter 15
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Attraction Attraction to the familiar Consensual validation Physical attraction Matching hypothesis
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Erikson’s intimacy vs. isolation stage Types of love Romantic love Affectionate love Consummate love All you need is love!”     The Beatles
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Sternberg’s Triangle of Love Passion Intimacy Commitment Infatuation Affectionate Fatuous Consummate
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Friendship Enjoyment Acceptance Support of self-esteem Trust Respect Mutual assistance Emotional support Spontaneity Buffer for stress Intimacy 1. 1.       Female friendships Female friendships 2. 2.       Male friendships Male friendships 3. 3.       Cross-sex friendships Cross-sex friendships
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Loneliness
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Unformatted text preview: • Affects of chronic loneliness • Transition to college • Solitary time • Technology • Healthy strategies The Family Life Cycle (Carter & McGoldrick, 1988) Marriage • Changing ideas • Current statistics • Marriage law in China • Expectations • A world view • Benefits Myths about marriage : 1. Avoiding conflict will ruin your marriage 2. Affairs are the main cause of divorce 3. Men are not biologically made for marriage 4. Men & women are from different planets Parenting • Myths about parenting • Current trends • Having children early or late Adult Lifestyle Choices • Single adults • Cohabiting adults • Divorced adults • Remarried adults • Gay & lesbian adults...
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course PSYCH 1603 taught by Professor Ding during the Spring '08 term at Texas Woman's University.

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