Study Guide to Exam One

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Study Guide to Exam One Spring 2007 HESC 2413 DO NOT FORGET TO BRING A BLUE 5 CHOICE SCANTRON TO CLASS TO TAKE THE TEST! WE DO NOT SUPPLY THOSE TO STUDENTS. Read Chapters 1, 2, and 3 all the lecture notes located in the Lecture area of WebCT as well as the article the Intentional Family by Doghter How to Avoid Marrying a Jerk Program 1. What are the characteristics of a Jerk or Jerkette? Little insight into themselves or how others see them Poor emotional control they lose their cool Inadequate relationship skills 2. The purpose of the program is to engage the head to learn about the five predictive areas of a prospective mate and the heart to learn about the five bonding dynamics in a relationship . 3. What is RAM? What are the 5 concepts associated with the RAM? RAM is the relationship attachment model. The five concepts are know, trust, rely, commit, and touch. 4. How does van Epp define the “ SAFE ZONE for Relationships?” Each level of the RAM should not exceed the previous. If it does then the relationship is out of balance. 5. What is the “delusion of disassociative development?” 6. What are the three causes of the development of this delusion? 7. premarital insight and change is much more easily accomplished than marital insight and change . 8. What are the 4 strands of power within the family that should be explored with your potential spouse? What are two issues are associated with each of the four strands of power within the family? Authority: Authoritarian and Permissive Responsibility: Lazy and Driven Attention: Neglected and Spoiled Territory: Enmeshed and Posessive
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9. Conscience or Character both ___ and ____ an individual according to van Epp. 10. What are the steps in creating a “trust picture” of an individual? You originally develop expectations of what your partener will be. Through experiences with that person you make alterations that will fit that individual and you created trust between the two. 11. Why do expectations lead to personal distress? What are the three causes of
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course HESC 2413 taught by Professor Bailey during the Spring '08 term at Arkansas.

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