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Unformatted text preview: Quiz 1 Chapter 6 Questions 1. One of the biggest differences between opposite-sex and same-sex romantic relationships is that lesbians and gay men are a. usually criticized for showing their affection in public. b. less likely to be devastated when a relationship breaks up. c. less likely to expect their partner to be faithful. d. more likely to see their relationships as being short-term. page 170 2. According to the text, people are brought together by a. hormones. b. love. c. cultural norms and values. d. fate. page 158 3. Which of the following statements might be endorsed by a person who exhibits the ludus style of love? a. Our lovemaking is very intense and satisfying. b. I could get over my partner fairly easily and quickly. c. I would rather suffer than let my partner suffer. d. The best kind of love grows out of a long friendship. page 165 4. According to the text, our culture of individualism a. enables us to love others better since we are better able to love ourselves. b. creates stronger relationships because the individuals in the relationship have stronger self-worth. c. leaves us unequipped to handle the hard, painful, or demanding aspects of love. d. emphasizes long-term commitments as the way to happiness rather than fleeting sexual liaisons. page 172 5. Surveying two centuries of anthropological reports, Hupka concluded that5....
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2009 for the course HDF 54545 taught by Professor Loving during the Spring '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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