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Biology
Course
BIOL 1175
Professor
C.Stewart
Semester
Winter

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Reinforcement theory: Byrne’s law Our attraction to another person is proportionate to the number of reinforcements that persons give us reinforcements plus punishments the person gives us Gottman’s 5:1 ratio  Aspects of wedded life often considered critical to long-term success (i.e. how intensely people fight; whether they face conflict or avoid it; how well they solve problems; how compatible they are socially, financially, even sexually) are less important than people tend to think  “Fighting can be healthy”  The longer you are with someone there are less positive interactions (e.g. walking at the park)  5 good things to 1 bad thing is okay Gottman’s 3 styles of relationships 1. Volatile: bitter fights, but intense make up, tend to be more romantic compared to the other two 2. Validating: perfect marriage, sit and listen to each other, “I feel” and “I think” 3. Avoidant avoid the issue How do
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