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Unformatted text preview: ally like strangers who have comparable attitudes to theirs. If a stranger has a similar attitude to us, then there is a better chance that the stranger will be attracted to us as well. We draw conclusions when we first meet someone and infer the stranger’s overall quality (Singh, 2008). Similarity is a common factor of interpersonal attraction along with the idea that you are attracted to people who like you, otherwise known as, reciprocity. Reciprocity is when you know of someone who likes you, which causes you to be more attracted to that person. People like others who like them (Luo, 2009). Knowing that someone is interested in you,...
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