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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 2: Attachment Theory, John Bowlby, Hypervigilance

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13 Dec 2018
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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 10: New Idea, Impulsivity, Substance Abuse

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13 Dec 2018
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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 13: Relationship Education, Certificate Authority, Random Assignment

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Does relationship education work? (cobb & sullivan, 2015) For wives, re has no benefits at all. Couples would even be harmed by their participation in
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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbFall

PSYC 362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Quid Pro Quo, 6 Years, Behaviorism

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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbFall

PSYC 362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Emotional Affair, Threesome, Alcoholism

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13 Dec 2018
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Betrayal: violation of relational standard (implicit/ explicit) regarding physical/ emotional exclusivity. Physical infidelity: occurs along a continuu
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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbFall

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

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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 3: Social Exchange Theory, Behaviorism

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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 5: Positive Illusions, Attachment Theory, Semantic Differential

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13 Dec 2018
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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 6: Free Recall, Conflict Management, Fortune-Telling

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13 Dec 2018
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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 362Rebecca CobbFall

PSYC 362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Nancy A. Collins, Child Care

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13 Dec 2018
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Responsiveness to another"s needs and, more specifically, as acts that communicate caring that validate the other"s worth, feelings, or actions. Or tha
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SFUPSYC 362Rebecca CobbFall

PSYC 362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Attachment Theory

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13 Dec 2018
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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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