Interdependency

Interdependency - Economic view shopping for maximum...

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Economic view – shopping for maximum rewards and minimum costs Both partners do this and must be profiting in their relationship
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Four factors contribute to a relationship Costs = punishing, undesirable experiences Outcome Outcome = Rewards – Costs Expectations/Perceptions Comparison level (CL) = Expectations about the rewards and costs of the current relationship
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What do we deserve in our relationships? Based on our experiences Is the standard by which our satisfaction in our relationship is measured Outcome – CL = Satisfaction or Dissatisfaction
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Four factors contribute to a relationship Costs = punishing, undesirable experiences Outcome Outcome = Rewards – Costs Expectations/Perceptions Comparison level (CL) = Expectations about the rewards and costs of the current relationship Comparison level for alternatives (CL
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This document was uploaded on 10/27/2011 for the course HDFS 2322 at Texas Tech.

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