Wk. 4, Lect. 1 - Individual Differences

Wk. 4, Lect. 1 - Individual Differences - Psychology 137C:...

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Psychology 137C:   Psychology 137C:   Intimate Relationships Intimate Relationships  Week 4, Lecture 1:   Week 4, Lecture 1:      Individual Differences Individual Differences Reminders Reminders : : The midterm is next Friday.   50 multiple choice questions, covering everything so  far. Review session in this room after class next  Wednesday. Sample questions will be distributed early next week.
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Why Study Individuals? Why Study Individuals? No one enters relationships as a blank slate. No one enters relationships as a blank slate. People differ from each other. People differ from each other. These differences affect relationships and how  These differences affect relationships and how  they develop. they develop.
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How Do Individuals Vary? How Do Individuals Vary? Traits Experiences
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Personality Traits:  Basic  Personality Traits:  Basic  Premise Premise “… a large proportion of incompatible  marriages are so because of a predisposition  to unhappiness in one or both of the  spouses.  Whether by nature or by nurture, 
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Wk. 4, Lect. 1 - Individual Differences - Psychology 137C:...

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