Friendship(revised Spring 06)

Friendship(revised Spring 06) - 3. External locus of...

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Friendship I. Growing into friendship A. Momentary B. One-Way C. Fair Weather D. Mutual Sharing E. Autonomous
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II. Adult Friendships A. Types 1. Associative 2. Receptive 3. Reciprocal
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B. Characteristics 1. Gender 2. Age 3. Relational Dominance 4. Similarity 5. Proximity
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C. Functions 1. Utility 2. Pleasure 3. Virtue
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D. Making Friends 1. What you see on TV isn’t real 2. Treat others as you wish they would treat you - Reciprocity is critical - Time is a must - Labeling things positively - Have some “give”--be flexible
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III. Loneliness A. Characteristics 1. Perceived 2. Chronic vs. Situational
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B. Chronic Loneliness 1. Gender difference 2. Age
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Unformatted text preview: 3. External locus of control 4. Social skills deficit 5. Rigid rules C. Situational loneliness 1. Initiators 2. Coping IV. Cross-sex friendships A. What you dont talk about B. Gender differences- who has more?- how they see them C. Marital status D. Age E. Making it romantic F. Why do cross-sex friendships end? 1. Grow apart/fade away 2. A new romantic relationship 3. Raising romance V. Giving up friends A. Why?--dissimilarity--fights and fatal flaws--time--distance B. Impact of a relationship C. How friendships end 1. Fading away (indirect) 2. The break up (direct/active)...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course CMS 315M taught by Professor Daly during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Friendship(revised Spring 06) - 3. External locus of...

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