Psychology Study Guide for Test 3

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Psychology Study Guide for Test 3 Communication Definition – saying what we really want to say (this requires two willing participants), communications is processing information in relation to personal or societal values. Barriers to Communication Stonewalling – delaying response Defensiveness Criticism – intent to injure Contempt – establish emotional distance (most problematic) Language Development Sensorimotor Language Stage 1 – Crying (Birth) to express hunger, displeasure, pain Stage 2 – One Syllable Sounds (2 months) – long “u”, short “I”, short “a” Stage 3 – Babbling (6 months) – strings of one syllable sounds Stage 4 – Single words (12 months) - labials (lips), dentals (teeth), guttural (throat) Stage 5 - Action words (15 months) Love Styles Passionate Love Style 1. Early Attraction 2. Physical Preferences 3. Intense Emotions Ex. Got emotionally involved quickly Game-playing Love Style 1. Commitment Avoided 2. Deception Acceptable 3. Manipulation Practiced
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