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the more frequently you see someone and contact  someone, the more you like them in general concept. Relationships--- satisfaction E.g., married vs. single Attraction: Antecedents??  (see overhead)           - “mere exposure effect”  (see overhead)              - Zajonc (1968)    a social psychology professor who draws a random  picture on the blackboard at the begining of every class and claim the  picture is a chinese character. at the end of the term, the professor give  the student all the random picture he draw through the term and ask  them which one do they like best. the result turns out that the more  frequently ppl see the character, the more possibility they like it. come in and pass the pro some papers. In some class, the ta comes  once, in other class ,she comes 2,3,4,5 or more times.Just come and  leave. Acorrding to the result, the more frequently she come to class, the more ppl  likes her.
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Mere exposure demo: What’s in a name? Friends: most:in own building 41%-next door 22%-2 doors 10% opposite ends - Distance is one of those things that produces  attraction. it is called: FUNCTIONAL DISTANCE you choose someone as ur best friend because you  think you r able to control the situation.
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how many optunirty do you have do SEE ppl.  EX. in one class, the one who sits at the two sides  probably get the most friend in general because  everyone have to pass him. find your five favourate letters. write down your name cross those letter that used in your name and see whether these letter make more than 20% of  your name?
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B) Physical Attractiveness             -the more attractive somebody is  , the  more possibility we like him. classic- hatfield et all (1966) freshman dance, random partner, and  ask the  personality and other things do not affect  the liking very much, actually, the  actractiveness is the most affectable  factor. -
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2010 for the course PSYC PSYC 2120 taught by Professor Dougmccann during the Fall '10 term at York University.

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