Chapter 7 : Friendship
friendship: a voluntary, personal relationship, typically providing intimacy
Chapter 10 : Stress in relationships
Perceived Relational Value - the degree to which others consider their relationships with us
to be valuable and important is lower than we would like it to be.
- Maximal inclusion, in which others seek us out because
Chapter 3: Attraction
Either because they provide us direct rewards, treating us well,
Chapter 6 : Interdependency
Social Exchange : entail the mutual exchange of desirable rewards with
Chapter 8 : Love intimacy, passion, and commitment
Consummate love: When intimacy,
passion, and co
Chapter 5 : Communication
senders intentions - interpreted differently than inte
Chapter 1: Intimacy
Close, familiar, affectionate relationships and connection with close f
Chapter 11 : Conflict
The Nature of Conflict
Theres dialectical tension between:
(a) personal autonomy and close connection to others: Do you pursue intimacy or freedom?
Independence or belonging? 11-7
(b) openness versus closedness: On the one
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Exam 5 Study Guide
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FAS 301 MWF
Brooks Chapter 12 & Parenting and Working Lecture
Statistics from 2009 regarding parents in the workforce
-77% of married mothers w/ children ages 6-18 were employed.
-62% of married mothers with children under the age of 6.
-79% for single mo
MORE ABOUT PROPERTIES
- Natural fibers (except silk) have fiber
parts in common.an outer covering
called a cuticle or skin, an inner area or
meat, and a central core.
- manufactured fibers have essentially a
skin and a core.
What was, what is, what will be.
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subtle differences, they all
appear to refer to
Part II ' Before the relationship even
' Each person has their own
ideas of relationships and
Based on observations,
observations, media portrayals
Ideas might be competing
Lots of sharing between
Part | - Things in a family are a careful
- Family dyamics
- What holds them together? Jointly held perspective by family
members composed of basic assumptions
'How the world within and outside families
boundaries is viewed
Family and Culture Symbolic Interaction
0 Human behavior is largely a function of
how situations are perceived and
interpreted Symbolic Interaction Symbolic Interaction
0 Definition of Situation
0 Role taking
Family Processes What happens when we
dance? Verbal and non-verbal
Time cycles and rhythms
Patterns of conflict and
patterns of kindness
Inner family life ' Strategies used to
maximize family goals
' Goals based on ideologies
and core belie
Family and Culture Facts vs.
Theoﬂes Facts vs. Theory
Fact - statement based on
observation with which
many people would agree Facts vs. Theory
Theory - organized set of
ideas; attempts to organize
and explain facts Fact or theory?
A. Statistics and dierence
a. Age of rst intercourse
b. Ethnic dierences
c. Activity level
1. Once engagement has occurred they will do it again
2. Inuences on adolescents
a. Arrange for partners to get together
b. And seek
1. Sexual arousal and hormones
a. Testosterone: triggers arousal in men but also women
1. Some become more interested in sex
a. Don't have to worry about getting pregnant
a. Touch and erogenous zones for
1. Childhood and adolescent sexuality
a. Views of childhood sexuality
1. Also it is shaped by culture and by family
2. Symbolic thinking doesn't appear until adolescents
b. Children seek physical pleasure
1. Children's pleasure is linked
1. Conception: treating problems: infertility
A. Normal conception
a. Average couple
1. 2-5 CFCs
2. Normal vagina will hold 1-2 Ccs
3. Takes sperm 3 min to get into the Fallopian tubes
4. Sperm can live between 48-72 hours in the sexual organ
5. 5.3 m
Which of the following helped abusing mothers of infants form secure attachments with their
A. intensive mother-infant therapy focusing on mothers' relationships with others
B. being in control group with other mothers
C. psychoeducational wr
Many military families have psychological support when
A. they live far from military bases.
B. they live on military bases.
C. families remain with their families of origins.
D. A and C
Brooks - Chapter 17 #58
A review of studies has identified
65. Describe four resiliencies that children can develop from adversity according to the Wolins.
66. Describe five ways that maltreatment affects children's behavior.
Chapter 17 Key
The belief that physical force is an acceptable way to solve differenc
Being victimized in one year does not increase a child's risk of being victimized in the next
Brooks - Chapter 17 #27
Foster parents have an easier time in caring for children than biological parents because
children are only with the
Maltreatment affects children's behavior in such areas as
A. attachment to parents.
B. school performance.
C. peer relationships.
D. all of these
Brooks - Chapter 17 #40
In comparison to a national sample, young people who left foster care at age