101 student Close Ties.docx - Page 1 of 5 Quiz 11 Study Guide for Close Ties Fehr\u2019s definition of Friendship Factors involved in friendship

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Page 1of 5Quiz 11 Study Guide for Close Ties Fehr’s definition of Friendship:Factors involved in friendship development of first-year college students:General factors involved in friendship development:Being a high/low self-monitor – Proximity – Mere exposure effect – Responsiveness – Rewards of interaction – Friendship budget – Capitalization – Indicators of “close” friendship:Universal Friendship Rules:How friendships differ from romantic relationships:“Friends with Benefits”:Catalysts for the development of “dating”:
Page 2of 5Evolution of “dating” during the 20thcentury:Causes of monogamous-relationship break-ups:Harris’ criticisms of the U.S. dating system:“Hooking up”:Mate Selection as a filtering process:Proximity – Attraction – Homogamy or heterogamy? – Compatibility – Endogamy vs. exogamy – Landers’ definitions of “Love” and “Lust”:Three stages of love:Lust – Infatuation – Attachment – Components of enduring love:
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