Chapter 11: Forming Relationships in Young and Middle Adulthood
Chapter 11: Forming Relationships in Young and Middle Adulthood Psych 2314
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Chapter XI: Forming Relationships in Young and Middle Adulthood Friendships Females o Intimate and emotional o Base on confiding o Less happy with lots of friends Males o Based on shared activities or interests o Confiding is inconsistent with competition o Social interaction basis of competition Three Components of Love (Sternberg) #1 Infatuated o Passion Liking o Intimacy Consummate Love o Commitment o Intimacy o Passion Companionate Love o Commitment o Intimacy Empty o Commitment Passion(Romantic) o Intimacy o Passion Fatuous Love o Commitment o Passion #2 Commitment Intimacy Passion Chapter XI: Forming Relationships in Young and Middle Adulthood Assortative Mating People find partners based on their similarities to each other o Religious beliefs o Physical traits o Education o Age o Socioeconomic status o Intelligence o Political ideology Homogamy (Kalminjin and Flap) Degree to which people are similar Attachment styles o Secure o Avoidant Violence Abusive Relationships o Aggressions towards partner Battered Woman Syndrome o A woman believes they are powerless to get away from their abuser Continuum of Aggressive Behaviors o Verbal Aggression insults; yelling; namecalling o Physical Aggression pushing/slapping; reported in 25 to 40% of committed relationships Chapter XI: Forming Relationships in Young and Middle Adulthood o Severe Physical Aggression Red flag if present at beginning of relationship (Table 11.1) Verbal Abuse Need to Control, misuse of power, jealousy, marital discord Physical Abuse Acceptance of violence as means of control, physically aggressive models, abuse as a child, aggressive personality style, alcohol abuse Severe Physical Abuse Personality disorders, emotional swings, poor selfesteem Causes increase in Number with severity Singlehood Single o Not living with an intimate partner Women o Ambivalent feelings about being single More problems than single men o Mugged, raped, burglarized when traveling Men o Fewer than women remain unmarried “Marry down” in social status Select from larger age range o Higher mortality rates o Greater incidence of alcoholism, suicide, and mental health problems Marriage Average age is increasing o Women at 26 o Men at 28 Couple’s marital satisfaction o With children o Without children Parenting Single Parents Chapter XI: Forming Relationships in Young and Middle Adulthood o 70% births to African American mothers o 50% births to Latino American mothers o 30% births to European American mothers o Financial problems o Dating Step Parents o Emotional bonding o Allowing stepchildren to develop relationship at their own pace Adoptive Parents o Relationship with biological parent Foster Parents o Most tenuous relationship Gay Men and Lesbian Women Parents o Incidence of sexual identity of children o Advantages with Gay Men or Lesbian Women parents Concerned about being good and nurturing fathers/ mothers Nonsexist, egalitarian attitudes o Children Equally adjusted behaviorally Equivalent cognitive development Divorce 50% Rate o Hispanic rates show variability Mexican and Cuban Americans have similar rates to European Americans Puerto Rican is higher o African Americans are the highest rate High expectations o Partner help grow personally, provide financial support, and sexual partner PostDivorce Effects “Divorce Hangover” o 10 years afterwards o Feeling lonely, disappointed, abandoned, and betrayed o Inability to let go or develop new friendships o Feelings of hostility
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