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Interpersonal Relationships

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Interpersonal Relationships PSYCH 376

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Date Created: 09/21/15
p1of4 Psychology 376 Final Study Guide Scientific Method Lecture 1 Ch 2 39 How the mind works 0 Confirmation Bias 0 Seeing evidence where none exists Establishing that two variables are related to each other 0 Necessary vs Sufficient evidence Establishing that one variable causes another 0 Correlational vs Experimental designs Types of research design eg longitudinal cross sectional etc Methods of data collection eg self report observation etc Interpreting data Influences on relationships and impact of relationships Personal attributes Feelings Thoughts Personal history Situations and Couple interactions Culture Human Nature NOWPY N Personal attributes Physical attractiveness and attraction Lecture 3 Ch 3 Gender differences 0 Communication eg self disclosure Lecture 6 Ch 5 Same sex friendships Lecture 8 Ch 7 Mating strategies Why sexquot film Attitudes towards sex and intimacy Lecture 10 Ch Reactions to partner39s sexual and emotional infidelity Lecture 10 Ch 10 Relationship between need for power and relationships Lecture 11 Ch 12 Violence in relationships Lecture 12 Ch 12 Self esteem 0 Private audiences Lecture 8 0 Reactions to partners39 actions Lecture 11 Ch 1 Sociosexual orientation Ch 9 Need for power Lecture 11 Ch 12 Shyness Lecture 11 Ch 7 Rejection sensitivity Lecture 11 Lonely people Lecture 13 Ch 7 Relationships influence the self 0 Group socialization theory Lecture 8 0 Personality consistency Lecture 8 o Michelangelo effect Lecture 8 0 Goal pursuit Lecture 8 Personal characteristics related to risk for divorce Lecture 13 Ch 13 000000 p20f4 2 Feelings I Negative affect in communicationconflict Lecture 6 Lecture 12 Ch 5 Ch 11 I Love Lecture 9 Ch 8 o Triangular theory 0 Romantic love I Misattribution of arousal I Sex hormones I Amount and positivity of thought 0 Companionate love 0 Changes in love over time 0 Connection to marriage I Reactions to partner39s sexual and emotional infidelity Lecture 10 Ch 10 I Loneliness Lecture 13 Ch 7 3 Thoughts Subjective construal nai39ve realism Lectures 4 8lt 5 Perceived regard self esteem and interpretations of partners39 behavior Lecture 11 Ch 1 Implicit theories Lecture 4 Ch 4 0 Romantic beliefs 0 Destiny vs Growth Expectations 0 Self fulfilling prophesies Lecture 4 Ch 4 0 Role in shyness and rejection sensitivity Lecture 11 and Michelangelo effect Lecture 8 Attributions o For pa rtner39s positivenegative behaviors Relationship enhancing vs distress maintaining patterns Lecture 4 Ch 4 o For pa rtner39s intent and motivation Lecture 4 0 During conflict Lecture 12 Ch 11 0 About loneliness Ch 7 Mental representations of one39s partner Lecture 5 Ch 4 o Perceived similarity 0 Positive illusions Internal working models of attachment styles Lectures 2 8lt 5 Cognitive development and children39s friendship styles Lecture 8 Ch 7 p Personal History Attachment styles 0 Infant Lecture 2 0 Adult Lecture 5 Ch 8 p3of4 5 Situations and Couple interaction 39 Interdependence theory Lecture 7 Ch 6 o Rewards Costs CL CLalt o Satisfaction dependence 39 Commitment 0 Pro relationship behavior accommodation willingness to sacrifice forgiveness and cognitions cognitive interdependence positive illusions derogation of alternatives Lecture 7 Ch 6 Ch 14 0 Role of trust Lecture 7 o Rusbult39s investment model of commitment Lecture 7 Ch 6 I Commitment to abusive relationships Lecture 12 I Explaining what triggers divorce Lecture 13 39 Attraction o Simila rityattraction Lecture 3 Ch 3 0 Proximity Lecture 3 3 o Barriers Secrecy Lecture 3 Ch 3 o Chameleon effect Lecture 3 39 Communication 0 Problems eg encoding problems decoding problems kitchen sinking negative mind reading Lecture 6 Ch 5 0 Sexual communication Ch 9 o Lying lie detecting and influences of lies on relationships Lecture 12 Ch 10 o Self disclosure social penetration model Lecture 6 Ch 5 o Non verbal communication Facial expression gaze body language Lecture 6 Ch 5 0 Styles of arguing Lecture 12 Ch 11 39 Power Lecture 11 Ch 12 0 Types of power 0 Balance between male and female power in heterosexual relationships 39 Abuse 0 IntimatePatriarchal terrorism vs SituationalCommon couple violence Lecture 12 Ch 12 0 Sexual aggression Ch 9 39 Status of relationship and frequency of sex Lecture 10 Ch 9 39 Alcohol and conflict Ch 11 39 Betrayal Ch 10 39 Consequences of divorce for kids and adults Lecture 12 Ch 13 6 Culture 39 Role in producing gender differences eg Lectures 6 8lt 8 Ch 1 39 Beliefs about connection between love and marriage Lecture 9 Ch 8 39 Sex Ratios Lecture 1 Ch 1 39 Attitudes towards sex Lecture 10 Ch 9 Divorce patterns Lecture 12 Ch 13 p4of4 5 Human Nature Need to belong Lecture 1 Ch 1 0 Health and relationships Lecture 13 o Reciprocity of liking and attraction Lecture 3 Ch 3 Attachment system Lectures 2 8lt 5 0 Animal model Harlow o In humans Bowlby Ainsworth Babyness Lecture 2 Infant imitation Lecture 2 The role of sex in adult attachment Lecture 10 Evolutionary explanation of sex differences 0 Demand Withdraw pattern of communication Lecture 6 8lt 12 0 Differences in friendships Lecture 8 0 Reactions to partner39s sexual and emotional infidelity Lecture 10 Ch 10 o Mating strategies Why Sexquot film Fluctuating asymmetry and frequency of sex Lecture 10 Evolutionary accounts of divorce Lecture 13


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