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Human Sexual Behavior Relationships

by: Rosario Mosciski

Human Sexual Behavior Relationships PSY 455

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Rosario Mosciski
CSU Pomona
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Alejandro Morales

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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rosario Mosciski on Saturday October 3, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 455 at California State Polytechnic University taught by Alejandro Morales in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see /class/218347/psy-455-california-state-polytechnic-university in Psychlogy at California State Polytechnic University.


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Date Created: 10/03/15
Psychology 455 Study Guide Exam 3 As you prepare for this study guide you must be familiar with the key termsvocabulary their application into different examples as well as what the state of the research patterns sex differences and popular studies Chapter 6 Social Exchange Rewards Costs Outcomes Comparison Levels How we measure satisfaction Comparison Level for Alternatives Investments Dependence Outcomes 7 Comparison Level for Alternatives Four Types of relationships know how current outcomes comparison level and comparison level alternatives play a role in each of the 4 type of relationships Reward to cost ratio Positive to Negative comments Marital satisfaction understand its process to a couple s lifetime Exchange vs Communal Relationships Commitment Types of commitment Equity The distress of inequality Ways to restore equality Over benefited vs under benefited Chapter 12 Social Power Sources of Power Types of resources that grant power Men Women and Control of Resources The process ofpower Conversation Nonverbal behavior Nonverbal sensitivity Styles of power The outcome of power Two faces of power Violence and Relationships Prevalence of violence Types of couple violence Gender differences in Intimate Violence Correlates of violence Rationales of Violence Why don t they all leave Chapter 13 Marital satisfaction Divorce Prevalence of divorce in US and around the world Reasons for increase of the divorce rate PAIR Project Leslie Baxter study on college student breakups Breakingup Premarital partners Steps to divorce Aftermath of breakups Parentcon ict model Children of divorce Psychology 455 Section 2 Study Guide Exam 2 As you prepare for this study guide you must be familiar with the key termsvocabulary their application into different examples as well as what the state of the research patterns sex differences and popular studies Chapter 8 History of Love Type of Love Triangular Theory of Love Romantic Passionate Love Arousal Attraction Thought Rubin s Love and Liking Scale Companionate Love Compassionate Love Styles of Loving Attachment Styles and Love Different Types of Love over the life span Younger vs Older Adults Chapter 9 Sexual Attitudes Casual Sex Same Sex Sexuality Cultural Differences in Sexual Attitudes Sexual Behaviors F irstTime Abstinence Programs Sexual frequency over the life span Differences in sexual frequency Infidelity Sociosexuality Hookups Safe Sensible Sex Use of condoms Not using condoms Sexual Satisfaction SelfDetermination Theory Sexual Communication Chapter 10 Perceived Relational Value Degrees of Acceptance and Rejection Hurt Feelings Social exclusion Relational Devaluation Ostracism Jealousy Reactive jealousy Suspicious jealousy Individual differences Lies Betrayal Forgiveness


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