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1 Lecture Outline: Relationships 1.The filtering model of mate selection 2.Social exchange theory 3.Self-Disclosure Filtering Model of Mate Selection Romantic relationships involve 4 fixed stages: –Stage 1: Proximity Filter –Stage 2: Stimulus Filter –Stage 3: Value Filter –Stage 4: Role Filter cp Filtering Model of Mate Selection Stage 1: Proximity Filter: Identify pool of eligible mates “Narrowing the Field stage” Filtering Model of Mate Selection Stage 2: Stimulus Filter: Relationship based on external attributes (e.g., physical attractiveness) “Attraction stage”
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2 Filtering Model of Mate Selection Stage 3: Value Filter: Relationship based on a shared value and belief system Determine similarity “Attachment stage” Filtering Model of Mate Selection Stage 4: Role Filter: Relationship based on successful fulfillment of one’s roles “Commitment stage” Social Exchange Theory Based on the Max-Min principle –People seek to maximize their benefits and minimize their
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 280 taught by Professor Stephaniemaddon during the Spring '07 term at Iowa State.

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