101 student Close Ties

101 student Close Ties - Proximity Attraction Homogamy or...

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Page 1 of 4 Close Ties – Related Concepts and Ideas Fehr’s definition of Friendship: Factors involved in friendship development of first-year college students: General factors involved in friendship development: Being a high/low self-monitor – Proximity – Mere exposure effect – Responsiveness – Rewards of interaction – Friendship budget – Capitalization – Indicators of “close” friendship: Universal Friendship Rules:
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Page 2 of 4 How friendships differ from romantic relationships: “Friends with Benefits”: Catalysts for the development of “dating”: Evolution of “dating” during the 20 th century: Causes of monogamous-relationship break-ups: Harris’ criticisms of the U.S. dating system: “Hooking up”: Mate Selection as a filtering process:
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Unformatted text preview: Proximity Attraction Homogamy or heterogamy? Compatibility Endogamy or exogamy? Page 3 of 4 Landers definitions of Love and Lust: Three stages of love: Lust Infatuation Attachment Components of enduring love: McCarthy and McCarthy on Couple Styles: Complimentary Conflict-minimizing Best friend Emotionally-expressive Relationship Maintenance Strategies: Committed vs. Non-committed couples: differences in interaction patterns Qualitative differences between happy and unhappy couples Page 4 of 4 Gottmans Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: The Fifth Horseman:...
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