love&spirit final - Chapter 10 1. The degree to which...

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Chapter 10 1. The degree to which people consider their relationships with us to be valuable to them is known as a. Relationship evaluation 2. The core ingredient of the stresses and strains that we experience in relationships is our perception that others value us a. Less than we want them to 3. When others seek us out and go out of their way to interact with us, this is known as a. Maximal inclusion 4. The apparent decrease in others regard for us that results in hurt feelings is known as a. Relational evaluation 5. Which of the following factors has the greatest effect on self-esteem? a. Ordering someone to leave b. Physically throwing someone out of a party c. Asking someone politely to leave d. Passively ignoring someone 6. Ostracism has been found to cause excluded people to a. Act more impulsively 7. What is the most crucial ingredient in jealousy? a. A real or imagined rival who is taking away your partners interest in you 8. Reactive jealousy involves a. Identifying real threats 9. Which attachment style is least related to jealousy? a. Dismissing 10. Which personality variable is most associated with jealousy? a. Neuroticism 11. Who makes us jealous? a. Women are likely to be made jealous by physically attractive rivals b. Men are likely to be made jealous by rivals who are dominant 12. Which theory views male jealousy as springing from the importance of insuring that children are their biological offspring? a. Evolutionary psychology
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13. Research on cues to infidelity suggests that a. People have a number of different cues that they consider to be warning signals of infidelity 14. Individuals with preoccupied attachment styles are likely to respond to jealousy by a. Expressing their concerns 15. To cope with their feelings of jealousy, women sometimes try to induce jealousy in their partners. The text suggests a primary danger in this strategy is that a. It may drive the partner away 16. Two important strategies for overcoming unwanted jealousy are self-reliance and a. Bolstering your sense of self-worth 17. According to the research of DePaulo, what percentage of people report telling NO lies in the previous week? a. 5% 18. DePaulo’s research on lying indicates that most people commonly believe that a. Their lies have been accepted by the person they lied to 19. People who lie to others may begin to a. Distrust those they have lied to 20. Which of the following is characteristic of deception in close as opposed to less- intimate relationships? a. Lies are often told with belief that they benefit the other 21. What most often gives away liars? a. Nonverbal behaviors 22. Which of the following statements regarding detecting deception in intimate relationships is true? a.
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course PSYC 254 taught by Professor Harada during the Fall '06 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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