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Wk. 2, Lect. 1 - Theories Part I

Wk. 2, Lect. 1 - Theories Part I - Psychology137C:...

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Psychology 137C:   Psychology 137C:   Intimate Relationships  Week 2, Lecture 1:   Week 2, Lecture 1:    Theories of Intimate Relationships–  Theories of Intimate Relationships–  Part I Part I Reminders Reminders : : Have you been watching the course videos?   Aren’t they awesome?  They only get better! The web site for the videos is: http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/ssc/lederman/bradbury/ bradbury.html# You are responsible for everything discussed  in the text, even if I never mention it in class.
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Science is built up of facts, as a  Science is built up of facts, as a  house is built of stones; but an  house is built of stones; but an  accumulation of facts is no more  accumulation of facts is no more  a science than a heap of stones is  a science than a heap of stones is  a house.” a house.” Henri Poincar é French  Mathematician (1854-1912) Wikipedia
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What is a theory? A theory  is an interconnected set of beliefs,  knowledge, and assumptions that relate to  understanding a phenomenon. A theory is a map.
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