Close relationships Part I

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Close Relationships Part I: Attraction and Liking PSY 102: Social Psychology Instructor: Courtney Gosnell
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Outline Physical Attraction Familiarity Similarity Reciprocity (Reciprocal Liking)
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What is attraction? Desire for voluntary relationship, sustained because participants enjoy each other Prelude to intimacy
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Physical Attraction
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What is Physically Attractive: Facial features Women: large eyes, prominent cheekbones, and small nose Men: Broad jaw, broad forehead Cross-cultural support
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What is Physically Attractive: Facial features Symmetrical and averaged faces are attractive Fitness Familiarity 7
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What is Physically Attractive: Body proportions Waist to Hip Ratio .70 for women .90 for men
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Stereotype of the Physically Attractive? Meta-analysis of studies by Eagly et al, (1991) found: social competence adjustment intelligence strength/ dominance modesty( )
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Power of Stereotypes (Snyder et al, 1977)
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course PSY 102 taught by Professor Klein during the Spring '10 term at UCSB.

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