Wk. 8, Lect. 1 - Relationships in Context Part I

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Psychology 137C:   Psychology 137C:   Intimate Relationships Intimate Relationships  Week 8, Lecture 1:   Week 8, Lecture 1:      Relationships In Context – Part I Relationships In Context – Part I REMINDERS: REMINDERS: The papers are due right now!  Please make sure that  Natalie (who is in the front row) has your paper.
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The Story So Far… The Story So Far… What is the recipe for a strong, lasting,  fulfilling intimate relationship? Be kind. Be open. Be forgiving. Care for, validate, and love your partner. Why is this hard?
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Understanding Relationship  Understanding Relationship  Processes Processes Initial              Satisfaction   Relationship  Processes Relationship  Outcomes CONTEXT
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‘Contexts and niches’ refer to  the developmental transitions,  situations, incidents, and  chronic and acute  circumstances that spouses and  couples encounter.
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Why Examine Intimacy in  Why Examine Intimacy in  Context? Context?
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This note was uploaded on 06/30/2010 for the course PSYCH 129B taught by Professor Kupper during the Spring '07 term at UCLA.

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Wk. 8, Lect. 1 - Relationships in Context Part I -...

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