120 questions; 60 questions from textbook: 5, 10 (pp. 60 questions from lectures: intergroup conflict, violence across culture, stereotypes and attraction. 8 questions from these: altruism, aggression, prejudice, intimacy across culture. People who are in love are addicted to their beloved. You crave their presence and can"t shut down thinking about them dependency. You feel you can"t be without them (separation anxiety). Wanting the person exclusively to yourself, you want their full attention. We focus so much on the positive qualities of our beloved that we forget their negative attributes. Romantic love is associated with specific chemicals and networks in the brain (fisher, 2004): dopamine. Associated with excessive energy, focused attention, goal-oriented behaviours, dependency, and sexual desire. People who are in love have higher levels of dopamine. Remember the smallest details of the interaction with the beloved. Lovers want to attain their goals and their goal is the beloved (to stay with them as long as possible).