Wk. 6, Lect. 1 - Managing Differences Part I

Wk. 6, Lect. 1 - Managing Differences Part I - Psychology...

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REMINDERS: Grades for the midterm will be posted soon. To review your exam, attend Natalie’s office hours. Dr. K does not have the exams. The paper is due May 19 th Now is a great time to start it. Must be turned in as hard copy. This week’s video segment is especially  good! Psychology 137C:   Psychology 137C:   Intimate Relationships Intimate Relationships  Week 6, Lecture 1:   Week 6, Lecture 1:      Managing Differences, Part I Managing Differences, Part I
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A Few Words about the Paper A Few Words about the Paper Goal :   Use sections of the book to address a review  question about intimacy and modern families. Choose a question that interests you! 5 double-spaced pages Explicit instructions in your syllabus Make it neat.  Proof-read your work. Make it interesting.  Please!
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The Mystery of Conflict in  The Mystery of Conflict in  Couples Couples Consider what everyone wants from their  intimate relationships. Consider what everyone knows about how we  should treat our intimate partners. So how is it that we get into our  worst meanest loudest most hostile  fights with the  people we love the most?
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