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Department
Psychology
Course
SOP 3004
Professor
Kate Zielaskowski
Semester
Fall

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Who Is Attractive? 1. Liking those who like us a. Can knowing that someone likes us cause us to like them more? i. Yes! b. Research study 2. Bad is stronger than good a. Criticism carries more weight than praise b. How does this relate to relationships? i. Cruel words liner more than kind ones 1. Longitudinal study of married couples 2. Marriages that lasted had 1:5 ratio ii. Bad reputation is easier to acquire and more difficult to shed 3. Playing hard to get a. Is this really what we want? b. Or do we value promiscuity? c. Prefer those that are moderately selective i. Nonselective – no taste or no standards ii. Too selective – too arrogant iii. Turned off by those who reject us 1. I.e., we like best those who appear to like us specifically 2. Yet another self-image favoring cognitive bias 4. Equity in relationships a. What you give and what you get b. When our relationship feels inequitable, we are not comfortable in it c. However, we don’t like calculating equity in our serious relationships i. If people are keeping track of every little thing, it doesn’t feel like love 5. Close relationships a. Infant attachment styles i. Bowlby, Ainsworth 1. Attachment of infants to their mothers a. Secure attachment
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