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160-14 - SF L 160 R omantic elationships R T his Week...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/7/11 SFL 160: Romantic
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 4/7/11 This Week It’s Musical Week!! 1. Foundations of Love 2. Relationships and Culture 3. Anxiety and Relationships
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 4/7/11 Romantic Relationships What is  unique about romantic relationships? Romantic Relationships contain a special type of intimacy –  Love What does it mean to be in love? We have love in other relationships but typically not romantic  love Other unique aspects of romantic relationships: Not  fixed Strongly culturally driven
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 4/7/11 Sternberg Love Triangles According to Sternberg, love in comprised of  three things: Commitment  Intimacy  – closeness, familiarity  Passion Each person places a different value on each  of these three elements No assumptions about “healthy love”, only 
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Different Types of Love Intimacy Passion Commitment Non Love - - - Liking (Intimacy) + - - Infatuation (Passion) - + - Empty Love (Commitment) - - + Romance + + - Companionship + - + Fatuous Love - + + Consumate Love + + +
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Sternberg Love Triangle Sternberg’s Triangle Theory of Love
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 4/7/11 Matched & Passion Commitment Intimacy Passion Commitment Intimacy Passion Commitment Intimacy Passion Commitment Intimacy
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