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HDFS 1300

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Development Self-Regulation Learning
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Date Created: 02/23/16
Chapter5: Friendship,Aff ection, Love,andIntimacy HDFS 1300 Development of Contemporary Families Dept. of Psychological, Health, and Learning Sciences Dr. Jordan of Houston LectureGuidingQuestion 1. What factors influence friendship? 1. What are the major theories related to love? Whatf actorsinfluence friendship? Whatisfriendship? Dyadic relationship—relationship between two people marked by closeness and mutual affection Mutual but not usually mutually exclusive like many love relationships Level of verbal and physical affection often more intense in love relationships CharacteristicsFoundbyResearchers: 1. Respect 2. Trust 3. Responsiveness—affectionate and supportive understanding of another’s needs, values, and desires 4. Capitalization—being sincerely happy about a friend’s wellbeing and success 5. Social comparison—comparing each other’s beliefs and skills; the habit of evaluating one’s skills & qualities by comparing them to others 6. Social support—the emotional, verbal, and material help received by others Proximity: APowerfulFactor Our friendships and romances grow out of interactions with those who are nearby Proximity ACCENTUATES our feelings about others OnlineandOfflineFriendships  Majority of Friendships are maintained offline  Offline friendships characterized with more interdependence, depth, understanding, & commitment  Self-concept impacts online disclosure  Mixed-mode friendships Same-Sex&Cross-SexFriendships  Cross-sex Friendships are more common today  Sex differences in relating to friends PhysicalAttractiveness Stereotype: Beautiful = Good Tend to assume that attractive people also have desirable traits (e.g., socially skilled, happy, well-adjusted) Who’s Pretty? – The Eye of the Beholder? People agree more than disagree about beauty Babies prefer attractive, more symmetrical faces Cognitive averaging Symmetrical faces PhysicalAttractiveness are fertile, but they consider the more feminine face on the left to be more appealing during the rest of the month. Whatarethemajor theories relatedtolove? Sternberg’ s Triangular TheoryofLove Ideally a balanceof intimacy,passion,and commitment Image readily available on the Internet Lee’ sLoveStyles The colors are not the important thing to remember. The names of the love styles are their descriptions are most important. QuestionstoConsiderWhileReading: 1. How does the nature of friendship change throughout life? 2. What is the difference between “hooking up” and committing? 3. What does the affection exchange theory say about affection as a human behavior? 4. What does the attachment theory say about intimacy? 5. What does the social exchange theory say about intimacy? 6. How does culture influence love? Please note that these are NOT the ONLY questions to consider. I am giving you some ideas for engaging in active reading and studying. Anything in your textbook is “fair game” for future exams, so read, study, and take notes on all of the topics. CONTACTINFO: Dr.Jordan: OR through Blackboard messenger YourTA: Don’tbeafraid Ask your designated TA questions toreachoutto during the breakout group or through Blackboard messenger uswith questions!


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