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1. What is the main difference between early and later divorcing couples? Fincham (2003) 1. What differentiates distressed versus nondistressed couples? 2. Why does Fincham argue that look at conflict may not be a good indicator of marital satisfaction? 3. What is the role of support and affectional expression in marital stress? 1. What do Amato and Booth say about the influence of the positive features of marriage? 2. What might this mean with regard to Gottman's findings? Uchino et al (1999) 1. What is the effect of social support on health? 2. Which hormone(s) is/are thought to "buffer" against risk? Cacioppo et al (2003) 1. According to evolutionary theory, why are non-lonely individuals thought to be more attractive than lonely individuals? 2. What do Caccioppo and colleagues say is the association between loneliness and health behaviors?
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Unformatted text preview: 3. What is the difference among the models of cumulative stress, and which is/are supported based on the authors' review? Hofer (1984) 1. Why did Hofer conclude that protest and despair are separate processes? 2. What do the sensorimotor studies tell us about possible differences between protest and despair? 3. What role do internal representations play in helping individuals deal with separation? Baumeister & Leary (1995) 1. Which theories are thought to account for attraction under fearful conditions, and why? 2. What is "satiation" and "substitution"? What are the implications of "substitution" for such things such as relationship breakup, divorce, or bereavement? 3. What are the links between the previous articles' discussions of social support and this articles' discussion of "the need to belong"?...
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