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HDFS 1060
MIDTERM EXAM
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HDFS 1060- Lecture #1
- Close Relationship Researcher Theory:
- By Huston & Robins
- Humans have the need to belong
- Both partners affect and are affected by each other in important ways
- Through parents/children, siblings, romantic partners, and friends
- Importance of close relationships across the lifespan
- Importance and why we study it
- People need to connect with other people
- For our survival
- Men fall in love quicker
- Men benefit more from their relationships in the long run
- More physical and emotional health benefits than women
- Belongingness Hypothesis
- Baumeister and Leary 1995
- All humans need to feel that they belong
- Strength and intensity varies
- Need to belong consists of frequent and emotionally pleasant interactions
with at least a few people
- Avoid negative conflicts
- Further these connections to deeper connections
- Stability of these relationships over time
- Need is a fundamental human motivation
- Equal to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
- Need connections to continue in the future
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- Criteria for need to belong to be a fundamental human motivation
- Has to produce effects readily under all but adverse conditions
- Our connections has to have effects easily
- Proximity plays a large roll
- Form bonds in stressful situation
- Example: War
- Simple presence during stressful times
- Have affective consequences
- Better health- physically and mentally
- Lead to ill effects ( such as health or adjustment) when thwarted
- When are need to belong isn’t met, negative consequences
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