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SFUPSYC 362Kim BartholomewSpring

PSYC 362- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 41 pages long!)

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4 types of relationships (also each of these feeds into the next level, intimate having all of these aspects in them in addition to sex) If the(cid:455
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SFUPSYC 362Jennifer PinkSummer

PSYC 362- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 30 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
One night stand is not an intimate relationship. Sexless marriages can have a lot of implications on people"s behaviour, etc. Relationships can get com
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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbSpring

PSYC 362- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 14 pages long!)

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Associations b/w perceptions of partner responses to disclosures about capitalization and support experiences and relationship satisfaction. Capitaliza
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SFUPSYC 362Yuthika GirmeSpring

PSYC 362 Midterm: Lecture 5 Summary

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SFUPSYC 362Yuthika GirmeSpring

PSYC 362 Lecture 3: Interdependence Theory and the Investment Model

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13 Feb 2020
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SFUPSYC 362Kim BartholomewSpring

PSYC 362 Final: Concepts and Theories Definitions

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14 Apr 2018
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SFUPSYC 362Kim BartholomewFall

Midterm 1 Notes

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26 Nov 2011
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SFUPSYC 362Jennifer PinkSpring

PSYC 362 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Intimate Relationship, Opportunity Cost, Predictable Process

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SFUPSYC 362Kim BartholomewFall

Midterm 2 Notes

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SFUPSYC 362Yuthika GirmeSpring

PSYC 362 Lecture 2: Initial Attraction and Self-Expansion

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PSYC 201W Lecture 2: assignment 2

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The article by rosenthal & jacobson (1966), is a study based on a theory from previous study in order to support the theory which was indicated that th
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PSYC 201W Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Psychological Reports, Intelligence Quotient

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Running head: summary of teachers" expectancies: determinants of pupils" iq gains. The article by rosenthal & jacobson (1966), was a study based on a t
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PSYC 201W Lecture 4: assignment#4

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PSYC 201W Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Murder Of Kitty Genovese, Dependent And Independent Variables

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Running head: summary of bystander intervention in emergencies: diffusion of responsibility. Journal of personality and social psychology, 8(4, pt. 1),
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PSYC 325 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Science, Mase, Epistemological Pluralism

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PSYC 376 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Child Behavior Checklist, Justifiable Homicide, Psychological Trauma

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Short term and long term effects of child abuse victims testifying in criminal court. There are both potential negative and positive psychological effe
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PHIL 110 Quiz: Philosophy Assignment 1

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Jane zhang student #:301396714 (a) an argument is valid if and only if there is no case in which the premises are true and the conclusion is false. Yes
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PHIL 110 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Justin Trudeau, Jane Zhang

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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbFall

PSYC 362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Harry Harlow, Maternal Bond, John Bowlby

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13 Dec 2018
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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbFall

PSYC 362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Reward System, Mental Model, Opportunity Cost

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13 Dec 2018
A desire to expand, inherently pleasurable and motivating, may be unconscious. People are more attracted to to others. Who are perceived as offering op
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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbFall

PSYC 362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Attachment Theory, John Bowlby, Hypervigilance

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13 Dec 2018
Serve attachment needs for sense of safety, security and comfort. Children differ in terms of how they meet their needs of safe haven and secure base -
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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbFall

PSYC 362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Neuroticism

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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbFall

PSYC 362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Free Recall, Conflict Management, Fortune-Telling

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13 Dec 2018
People who worked clinically with couples and families found that conflict was salient in clinical presentations (60s-70s) The study of intimacy and sp
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SFUPSYC 362Jennifer PinkSummer

PSYC 362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Social Exchange Theory, Behaviorism

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6 Jan 2018
Social exchange theory: partners in all social interactions try to maximize their outcomes via social goods like status, approval, and info. This predi
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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbFall

PSYC 362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Positive Illusions, Attachment Theory, Semantic Differential

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13 Dec 2018
Motivations for having relationships = attachment theory says we have relationships so that. We can develop a sense of security. Use specific people as
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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbFall

PSYC 362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Social Exchange Theory, Behaviorism

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13 Dec 2018
A marriage between economic theory and behaviorism (esp rewards and punishments) Social relations involves a process of exchange of social goods, eg st
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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbFall

PSYC 362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: New Idea, Impulsivity, Substance Abuse

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13 Dec 2018
Patriarchal (feminist, gender paradigm): why do men beat their wives? (sociological) Psychosocial: why are some individuals violent toward their partne
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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbFall

PSYC 362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Attachment Theory

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13 Dec 2018
Capitalization refers to capitalizing good events, eg celebration, sharing it to the others. One can seize the opportunity to capitalize on good fortun
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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbSummer

PSYC 362 Chapter Notes -John Bowlby, Attachment In Adults, Attachment Theory

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8 Dec 2014
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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbSummer

Lecture 1a.docx

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8 Dec 2014
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SFUPSYC 362Kim BartholomewWinter

PSYC 362 Chapter Notes -Convergent Validity, Cuckold, Natural Selection

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16 Apr 2013
A review of sex differences in sexual jealousy, including. Interpersonal violence, and morbid jealousy by harris (2003) The article discusses/reviews j
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SFUPSYC 362Kim BartholomewWinter

PSYC 362 Chapter Notes -Attachment Theory, Alcoholism, Incest

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18 Apr 2013
How couples experience distress and seek help for relationship difficulties by bradbury & The role of unconscious forces in how partners perceive one a
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SFUPSYC 362Kim BartholomewWinter

PSYC 362 Chapter Notes -Ontogeny, Ego Depletion, Dysthymia

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16 Apr 2013
Established and emerging perspectives on violence in intimate. Multi-factor models that integrate multiple perspectives on partner violence. Feminist p
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SFUPSYC 362Kim BartholomewWinter

Week 9 Reading Notes

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16 Apr 2013
Emotion, physiology, and health by witvliet, ludwig, and. Forgiving thoughts prompted greater perceived control and comparatively lower physiological s
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SFUPSYC 362Kim BartholomewWinter

PSYC 362 Chapter Notes -Net Profit

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3 Feb 2013
We stay with partners who provide sufficient profit. Rewards and costs we seek interactions that provide maximum reward at minimum cost: rewards anythi
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SFUPSYC 362Yuthika GirmeSpring

PSYC 362 Chapter 5: Week 5 - Muise et al., 2016

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2 Feb 2020
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PSYC 362 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Threeweeks

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30 Jan 2020
Good, giving, and game: the relationship benefits of communal sexual motivation. People who are more motivated to meet their partner"s sexual needs hav
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SFUPSYC 362Yuthika GirmeSpring

PSYC 362 Chapter 3: Week 3 - Baker et al., 2017 (Introduction Section)

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