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UMDPSYC 334Ryan CurtisFall

[PSYC 334] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (75 pages long)

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PSYC 334- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 31 pages long!)

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PSYC 334- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 51 pages long!)

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Insight-oriented couple therapy: free spouses of some of the problematic emotional baggage. Positivity contented partners strive to be polite and cheer
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UMDPSYC 334Ryan CurtisFall

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Attracted to many people for many different reasons, definition must be general on purpose. When kids see something they like, they literally want to a
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UMDPSYC 334Ryan CurtisFall

[PSYC 334] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (35 pages long)

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UMDPSYC 334Ryan CurtisSpring

[PSYC 334] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 16 pages long Study Guide!

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Interpersonal conflict occurs whenever one person"s motives, goals, beliefs, opinions, or behavior interfere with, or are incompatible with, those of a
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UMDPSYC 334Ryan CurtisSpring

PSYC 334 Study Guide - Final Guide: Intimate Partner Violence, Conflict Tactics Scale, Domestic Violence

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Interpersonal conflict occurs whenever one person"s motives, goals, beliefs, opinions, or behavior interfere with, or are incompatible with, those of a
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UMDPSYC 334Ryan CurtisFall

PSYC 334 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Social Desirability Bias

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3 Oct 2016
The short history of relationship science: the scientific study of relationships is a recent endeavor that has come of age only in the last 35 years. T
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UMDPSYC 334Dylan SeltermanSpring

PSYC 334 Midterm: Exam 1 Review

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5 Jun 2016
Study guide for exam 1: the science of relationships. Ii) attraction: also know the exceptions to these predictors (e. g. , when does similarity not pr
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UMDPSYC 334Ryan CurtisFall

PSYC 334 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Shyness

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UMDPSYC 334Ryan CurtisFall

PSYC 334 Lecture 9: Lecture 9 Notes

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UMDPSYC 334Ryan CurtisFall

PSYC 334 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Sociosexual Orientation, Terp, Extramarital Sex

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UMDPSYC 334Ryan CurtisFall

PSYC 334 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Confirmation Bias, Social Rejection

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UMDPSYC 334Dylan SeltermanSpring

PSYC 334 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: How I Met Your Mother, Unrequited Love, Confirmation Bias

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PSYC 334 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: John Gottman, Derogation, Attention

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Relationship maintenance mechanisms: the strategic actions people take to sustain their partnership. Cognitive interdependence committed partners think
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PSYC 334 Lecture 10: Psyc334 Lecture 10 - Google Docs

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Approximately 50% of rst marriages end in divorce. We don"t know if this is correct, but its a pretty good assumption. Second marriages are 25% more li
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UMDPSYC 334Ryan CurtisFall

PSYC 334 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Rejection, Nonverbal Communication, Positive Illusions

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Information stored in a network priming the process of making a concept more accessible. Mental structures that includes beliefs and other information
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PSYC 334 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Physical Attractiveness, Homeostasis

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UMDPSYC 334Dylan SeltermanFall

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PSYC 334 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Longitudinal Study

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Barriers- legal and social pressures, religious and moral constraints, finances that make it hard to leave. Reminds us of deterrents but not how ineffe
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UMDPSYC 334Ryan CurtisFall

PSYC 334 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Reliance Communications, Hne, Uch

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PSYC 334 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Coolidge Effect, Unrequited Love, Suspension Bridge

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Marital status: love used to be thought of as madness, concept of happy ending didn"t start until 18th century. 7: hatfield and sprecher create passion
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UMDPSYC 334Ryan CurtisFall

PSYC 334 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Styrene, Organization Of Ukrainian Nationalists, Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter

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PSYC 334 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: High Tech, Speed Dating, Sexual Arousal

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PSYC 334 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Alcohol Intoxication, Observer-Expectancy Effect, Agreeableness

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Chapter 11 conflict: the nature of conflict, interpersonal conflict: occurs when one person"s motives, goals, beliefs, opinions, or behaviors interfere
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PSYC 334 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: History Of Google, Male Privilege, Power (Social And Political)

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Fate control: one can control partner"s outcomes no matter what they do (women determines whether or not to have sex) Reward power: rewards; give them
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UMDPSYC 334Ryan CurtisFall

PSYC 334 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: London And North Eastern Railway, Ope, Novella

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PSYC 334 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Remote Shell, Intelligence Quotient, Novella

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If doing well buy (comit); if not doing well sell (exit) Costs and rewards/benefits be able to describe them: outcomes = rewards costs. Net profit or l
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