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Chapter 7, Chosen Relationships Text 1. What are the 3 key elements of Sternberg’s triangle theory of love? What kinds of relationships emerge when emphasizing only one element of the triangle? 2. What two parts of Sternberg’s triangle tend to be embraced in romantic love? 3. Why is cohabitation not a substitute for marriage? 4. Does cohabitation increase one’s chances for a successful marriage? 5. Compare and contrast romantic love, companionate love, and consummate love. Class Slides and Discussion 1. What are the 4 factors that predict success or failure in marriage? 2. Understand the path diagram of the interrelationship of the 4 predictors of marital success. 3. Be able to reproduce the family processes, differentiation, & relationship quality path diagram and understand how the variables are related to each other and to each partner’s relationship quality, including which of the predictor variables have direct effects on relationships quality.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course SFL 160 taught by Professor Brianwilloughby during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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fam-8 - Chapter 7, Chosen Relationships Text 1. 2. 3. 4. 5....

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