FAS 101 Exam 1 Study Guide

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FAS 101 Exam 1 Study Guide Below are some concepts that you might want to review as you prepare for Exam 1. Please remember that this study guide is designed to assist you in your study efforts, it in no way should be your sole focus for preparing for the exam. All material covered since the beginning of the semester is fair game for Exam 1; this includes the syllabus, all lectures, articles, chapters, video clips etc. In addition to be familiar with this material you should also be able to apply the concepts, meaning knowing them well enough to apply them to examples/case studies. The exam will consist of 50 questions, multiple choice and true/false. If you have any questions as you are studying please feel free to contact myself, Erin, or Brandon.
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Unformatted text preview: Components of Intimacy Building Blocks of Relationship Sex differences Gender Roles Personality Self-Esteem Developing a research question Research participants Research Design Data Ethics Attraction Proximity Physical attractiveness Similarity/Reciprocity Barriers What men/women want First Impressions Primary Effects Confirmation bias Attributions Expectations Prophecies Impression Management Nonverbal Communication (functions/components) Sex differences Self-disclosure Gender differences (verbal/nonverbal) Dysfunctional Communication Rewards/Costs Equity/Equitable Relationships Commitment Exchange/Communal Friendship (attributes/rules) Friendship Difficulties Gender/Individuals differences...
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  • Fall '10
  • Interpersonal relationship, Sexual dimorphism, Sex differences Gender

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