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PSY BEH 173S- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)


Department
Psychology and Social Behavior
Course Code
PSY BEH 173S
Professor
Christina Pedram
Study Guide
Final

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UC-Irvine
PSY BEH 173S
FINAL EXAM
STUDY GUIDE

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4/4 …. ALL EXAMS WILL BE ONLINE!!
Quiz on Syllabus
3 Quizzes on Class
2 Midterms
Small Chapter
Assignments
Message Board
FINAL EXAM
You are allowed to use:
Read syllabus & Small Assignment Handout
Worth 1% … 6-8 multiple choice
Warm-ups” before the midterms
10%, multiple choice
Quizzes are used to prepare you for the next
midterm/final!
Worth 34%
Multiple choice
Short Essays
9 questions given, answer 5, etc.
Worth 21%
7 (out of 13)
Don’t need to do all 13, only do 7
Worth 3%
2 original posts
5 replies
Worth 32%
Cumulative
MC, short essays
Your own notes, book, and internet
However, there is a time limit!!
Study for these exams as if it is closed book
EXTRA CREDIT
SONA!!
Can earn up to 4 points; 1 point for 1 hour
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Course evaluation (1 point!)
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Iclickers
Will be used in discussion
Lecture 2 … Chapter 1: The Building Blocks of Relationships
Topics to be Covered
1. The Nature of Intimacy
2. The Need to Belong
The Nature of Intimacy
Relationships vs. more casual associations
Knowledge: Personal/confidential
Caring: More affection than for most others
Interdependence: Strong, diverse, and enduring
Mutuality: “us” instead of “me and him/her”
Trust: Expect to be treated fairly and honestly
You can believe what they’re saying is true
If they say they will do something or not,
that they will do it/not
High degree of trust feels good and has a
good effect on an individual
Responsiveness: believe that partners
understand them
When you’re upset, you can count on your
partner to understand you
They react to you appropriately and
attentively
Feel cared for and tended to
Commitment: Expect partnerships to continue
Invest the time, effort, and resources that
are needed to realize that goal
Expected long-term future
Most satisfying relationships include all 7
The deepest relationships
The Need to Belong
According to Roy Baumeister and Mark Leary, we
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