Personal involvement cognitive busyness personality

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Personal involvement Cognitive busyness Personality Characteristics Need for cognition vs need for closure
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The Elaboration Likelihood Model of Attitude Change
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Social Behavior Viewing Other People: Social Perception Person Perception Attributions Attitudes Attraction Acting with Other People: Social Influence Conformity & Obedience Behavior in Groups
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Keys to Interpersonal Attraction Situational Factors Physical proximity Physical Attractiveness Matching hypothesis Similarity Between Individuals Attitude similarity Reciprocity
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Source: Adapted from Byrne & Nelson (1965) Attitude Similarity and Attraction
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Intimate Relationships: Liking and Loving Perspectives on love Hatfield & Berscheid – Passionate vs. Companionate love Sternberg - Intimacy and commitment Hazen & Shaver – Love as attachment Evolutionary perspectives Mating priorities
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Analyzing Love Passionate Love Companionate Love Sternberg’s Triangular Theory Splits companionate love into intimacy & commitment Romantic love = passion, intimacy Companionate love = intimacy, commitment Consummate love = passion, intimacy, commitment
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Sternberg’s View of Love over Time
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Figure 16.7 Infant attachment and romantic relationships Love as Attachment
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Source: Kenrick et al. 1993 Sex Differences in Date and Mate Preferences
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