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PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Conflict Avoidance


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYCH253
Professor
Steve Spencer

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RELATIONSHIP
If a man loves a woman
1. FROM LIKING TO RELATIONSHIP
The Development of Relationships
Models of development
- The intimacy weighted more (friendship)
Passionate Love
- The Two-Factor Theory of Emotion Again you have this intense
feeling of arousal, you attribute it to other person (this passion
dominates to the early phase of a relationship)
Companionate love intimacy weighted more; enjoy spending time together
(friendship)
Liking those who like us there is a boost of attractiveness if other people like us too
We like people who make us feel good the person who makes you
laugh makes you feel happy makes you feel good; compliments make you
feel good too.
We like those who we trust as you learn to trust, the relationship would
go forward
Attachment in Relationships
TYPES OF ATTACHMENT
secure attachment pattern (when the mother leaves, the child will cry yet will be happy
when the mother comes back); positive view of self and positive view of others
anxious ambivalent (when the mother leaves, the child will be clingy to the mother but
when the mother comes back, it’s either the child will be angry or happy); negative view
of themselves and positive view of others
avoidance pattern (the child will not seek out for the mother after); positive view of self
and negative view of others
you need to feel positive about yourself as well as to others to develop trust
New Models of Attachment MODEL OF THE SELF & MODEL OF THE OTHER
PERSON
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