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Attraction and Mate Selection Attraction Mate Selection
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Attraction Mere-exposure effect Repeated exposure to any stimulus, including a person, leads to greater liking for that stimulus. Homophily Tendency to have contact with people who are equal in social status. Matching phenomenon Tendency for men and women to choose as partners people who match them on social and personal characteristics.
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Attraction
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Attraction A great deal of evidence shows that individuals will prefer potential partners who are more physically attractive. Young men and women typically rate physical appearance as the most important aspect of sex appeal. Women’s worth may be based on beauty. Men’s worth may be based on success.
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According to Research: Couples who had been matched for similar attitudes were most attracted to each other. Those with dissimilar attitudes were not so attracted to each other. Greater attraction to the better-looking dates was reported. Study demonstrated the importance of similarity and
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