Chapter 13b - Ch.13:Liking,Loving,andCloseRelationships

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Ch. 13: Liking, Loving, and Close Relationships Emily Grijalva          Psyc 201         Nov. 30, 2009
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A few updates…   Review days, Dec 7 th  th    Study Guide posted on Compass   Exam information: Regularly scheduled exam : Friday, Dec 11 th   7-10 pm Loomis Laboratory (1LMS) room 141 Conflict exam : Monday, Dec 14 th   7-10 pm Psychology Building, room 32
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Today  Friendships Friendships Among Children Friendships Among Adults (short paragraph, read in text) Rejection (short paragraph, read in text)  Close Relationships in Adulthood Dimensions of Adult Relationships Intimacy Love Beyond Heterosexual Relationships When Relationships End
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FRIENDSHIPS -  dyadic relationships involving mutual liking  Friend or acquaintance?  SOCIOMETRIC RATING PROCEDURE -  within a group of  acquaintances, each person is asked to name everyone whom he or she  considers a friend.  Two peers are considered friends if each nominates the  other as a friend  The importance of similarity  Children are more likely to become friends when they are alike in age,  sex, ethnicity, race, and interests  For adults, similarity in attitudes, life goals, and intelligence helps to  establish friendships … Among  children
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How should we define popularity? What traits determine popularity?
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Dimensions of Adult Relationships A close relationship involves  frequent  and  strong   interdependence  in many  diverse  areas of life for a relatively long  duration  of time  INTERDEPENDENCE : a sharing of contributions and outcomes by two  people THREE TYPES OF INTERDEPENDENCE 1)  Cognitive interdependence -  thinking about the self and partner as  inextricably linked parts of a whole 2)  Behavioral interdependence -  each partner has a great deal of influence  on the other partner’s decisions, activities, and plans; partners spend time  together 3)  Affective interdependence -  each partner’s emotional well-being is deeply  affected by what the other does
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Dimensions of Adult Relationships PROVIDING BENEFITS TO ONE  ANOTHER   Exchange relationship -
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Chapter 13b - Ch.13:Liking,Loving,andCloseRelationships

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