CR-CH 1 - Requirements for a Relationship 3 Main theories...

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9/19/11 Requirements for a Relationship How we study relationships 3 Main theories of relationships
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9/19/11 3 Ingredients of a Relationship
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9/19/11 #1 Interaction
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9/19/11 #2 Unique Interactions
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9/19/11 Role-based
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9/19/11 “I am with Jodie spiritually every day and every night… We are a historical couple…I am Napoleon and she is Josephine. I am Romeo and she is Juliet” (Taylor, 1982)
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9/19/11 #3 Relationship Schema
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9/19/11 Sel f Othe r Sel f Othe r Sel f Othe r Sel f Othe r Self Othe r Sel f Othe r Sel f Othe r (Aron, Aron, & Smollan, 1992) 1 7 6 5 4 3 2
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9/19/11 What defines closeness ? Behavio ral closenes s Subjectiv e closeness
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9/19/11 What are the characteristics of love? Not Very Typical Very Typical 1 7
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9/19/11 Why study love?
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9/19/11 Which perspectiv e best suits the study of love?
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9/19/11 A You have frequent and positive interactions with many people, each of whom is a stranger or casual acquaintance. Not one of them is a close friend or romantic partner. B
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