Psy 102 fall 2011-ucsb-lecture13_Nov9

Psy 102 fall 2011-ucsb-lecture13_Nov9 - Course Information...

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Course Information • Monday 11/14 – First 1/3 (or so) of lecture/discussion of stereotype threat and WV – Rest of lecture period—Diana’s exam review session—bring your questions • Exam 11/16—coverage, etc. posted – Answers to WV #2 posted on quiz and separately in document • No class on 11/23 (day before Thanksgiving)
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Love • Is there only one type of love? • What are the factors involved in passionate love? • What are the factors involved in companionate love? • Are there individual differences in how people love?
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Sternberg’s Triangular Theory of Love Three components of love: Intimacy : feelings of warmth and closeness (emotional component) Passion : physical arousal and desire (motivational component) Commitment : decision to stay in relationship and work to maintain it (cognitive component)
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I P C Consummate Love I P C Companionate Love
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Types of Relationships Intimacy Passion Commit- ment Nonlove Low Low Low Liking High Low Low Infatuated Love Low High Low Empty Love Low Low High Romantic Love High High Low Companionate Love High Low High Fatuous Love Low High High Consummate Love High High High
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Passionate Love and Companionate Love Intimacy Passion Commit- ment Nonlove Low Low Low Liking High Low Low Infatuated Love Low High Low Empty Love Low Low High Romantic Love High High Low Companionate Love High Low High Fatuous Love Low High High Consummate Love High High High
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Passionate Love • ―State of intense longing for union with another‖ (Hatfield) • Two factors of love (Hatfield&Berscheid) – physiological arousal – the belief that the other person caused arousal • Based on two-factor theory of emotions – Arousal x Label = Emotion • Can lead to Misattributions
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Romantic Love and Physiological Arousal Dutton & Aron (1974): Suspension Bridge Study
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TAT (Thematic Apperception Test)
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Sexual Imagery 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 Control Bridge Scary Bridge Male Experimenter Female Experimenter Sexual Imagery in Story
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10 20 30 40 50 Control Bridge Scary Bridge Male Experimenter Female Experimenter % who phoned the experimenter Phoning the Experimenter
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Arousal & Passion • Misattribution/Excitation Transfer • Most any type of arousal works – fear or running in place – negative or positive • Stronger effects when we are unaware of reason for arousal Bottom Line: Strong link between passion and arousal/excitement.
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Passionate Love Scale (Hatfield & Sprecher) • Measures strong emotions for partner: - ecstasy when loved in return - despair when not loved in return Example items (there are 15 on the scale): I would feel deep despair if ____ left me I sense my body responding when ___ touches me. ___ always seems to be on my mind.
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course PSYCH 102 taught by Professor Klein during the Fall '08 term at UCSB.

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