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Unformatted text preview: s pleasant to look at attractive people. We
associate the pleasant feeling with the
–! Similar people confirm our views. That makes
us feel good and those feelings become
associated with the person. If we're similar, then there is less conﬂict, therefore more
a ttraction. 1 Attractive women in other
r oom doing the same task most participants were
single young men. •! There are two different sets of rules that
•! Clark and Mills (1979) study
govern giving and receiving benefits in
–! Male participants worked on a word task
creating words from letter tiles.
relationships (Clark & Mills, 1993):
Acquanitences - interact on a regular basis - do
–! Attractive confederate in another room
•! Exchange relationships something and expect some kind of reward.
–! Benefits are given with expectation of
receiving comparable benefits in return. •! Communal relationships
–! Benefits are given in response to the
other’s needs or to demonstrate special
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2012 for the course PSYC 2310 taught by Professor Safdar during the Fall '11 term at University of Guelph.
- Fall '11
- Social Psychology