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PSYC 3110 Final Exam Review NOTES: Bring a pen and a #2 pencil to the final exam. The final exam is cumulative is made up of multiple choice, matching, and short answer. The exam will include all material covered during the semester. However, the ONLY questions that will be from the previously covered chapters will be taken DIRECTLY from the first two exams…so, if it wasn’t on the first two exams, you don’t have to worry about it at all! This includes multiple choice, matching, and short answer questions from previous exams. Intimate Relationships Chapter 12 (Lecture and Chapter) 1. Define Boundaries and be familiar with the assumptions, rules, and principles of Communication Boundary Management (CBM). 2. List the types of privacy violations. 3. What kinds of reactions to people have to privacy violations? Why do people react differently? 4. Be familiar with Baxter’s Dialectics theory. a. Describe each tension. b. Know the internal and external manifestations of each. 5. List the types of family secrets. 6. What are some of the negative consequences of keeping secrets? What are the positive consequences? 7. Delineate the four common categories of conflict (criticisms, illegitimate demands, rebuffs, and cumulative annoyances) and what evolutionary psychologists see as underlying some of the conflict. 8. Describe how actor-observer effects and self-serving biases lead to attributional conflict . Specify how the causal and responsibility attributions of happily versus unhappily married couples differ. 9. Explain the demand/withdraw pattern and its impact on marital satisfaction. Clarify the role of gender and power differences in the demand/withdraw pattern. 10. Indicate where each of Rusbult’s four responses to dissatisfaction (exit, voice, loyalty and neglect) falls along the active-passive and constructive-destructive dimensions. Identify which individual differences are related to different styles of responding. 11. Depict four kinds of couples (volatiles, validators, avoiders and hostiles). Describe how each acts during conflict and each type’s level of marital satisfaction. Explain why it is good to match your partner with regard to conflict style. 12. Identify five ways of terminating conflict, going from the most destructive to the most
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