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Psychology 110 Psychology 110 Professor Peter Salovey Professor Peter Salovey Health, Emotion, and Behavior (HEB) Health, Emotion, and Behavior (HEB) Laboratory Laboratory Department of Psychology Department of Psychology Yale University Yale University
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Attraction and Love Attraction and Love
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Attraction and Love Attraction and Love I. What is Love? A. Sternberg’s Triangular Theory 1. Intimacy : Feelings of closeness, connectedness, and bonding. 2. Passion : Drive that leads to romance, physical attraction and sex. 3. Decision/Commitment : The decision that one loves another and the commitment to maintain the love.
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Attraction and Love Attraction and Love I. What is Love? B. Sternberg’s Taxonomy of Possible Love Relationships Type Intimacy Passion Commitment Non-love No No No Liking Yes No No Infatuated love No Yes No Empty love No No Yes Romantic love Yes Yes No Companionate love Yes No Yes Fatuous love No Yes Yes Consummate love Yes Yes Yes
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Attraction and Love Attraction and Love II. Why Do We Love Whom We Love? A. The Big Three 1. Proximity 2. Similarity 3. Familiarity B. The More Interesting Four
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