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Introduction to Psychology Class 4: The Scientific Method 1 June 15, 2006
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Do Opposites Really Attract?
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I’ m a Democrat, he’s a Republican. He’s always early for everything, I’m usually running behind. I like drama and romance movies, he likes sci-fi and action. However, we can agree on comedy. He likes gourmet food; I’ll eat anything pretty much. I hate to cook, he’s is of course excellent at it. He is super smart and remembers everything he ever reads or hears, I am average and can barely remember the last book I read. This list can go on forever and ever. Our differences make things interesting and never boring. We do have something in common though; we agree to disagree and neither one of us will ever change.” - Unknown blogger
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O pposites attract. That's what everyone says. It's a whole big deal. People who have entirely different personalities somehow magically come together. Without the aid of alcohol I might add. Personally I'm thinking, “No way!”. The biggest opposites in history. Hitler and Mother Theresa.
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