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Chapter 7

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Department
Biomedical Physio & Kines
Course
BPK 140
Professor
Diana Bedoya
Semester
Fall

Description
KIN 140 Book Notes An Invitation to Health Reading List 2 Chapter 7; pp. 166-178, pp. 180-183 COMMUNICATING WITH OTHERS Talking and Listening - Communication is key! - Expressing your feelings to your partner, friend, etc is essential - Listening – active process of trying to understand the other person’s feelings and motivations Nonverbal Communication – more than 90% of communication is nonverbal - i.e. use of space or proximity, touch, eye contact, facial expressions, gestures, posture, physical appearance - can be interpreted differently depending on one’s culture Friendship – described as the bond of society - Friends can be a basic source of happiness, a larger connection to the world, a source of solace in times of trouble - For men, friendship with a woman offers support and nurturance - Women view their friendships with men as more light-hearted and casual, with more joking and less fear of hurt feelings o Girls especially like gaining insight on men - Friends with benefits (FWB) – relationships between friends who have sex o 60% of individuals surveyed had had this type of relationship o While there was no commitment for romance, the benefits included trust and comfort Hooking Up – sexual activity with a casual partner who may be a friend or stranger - Agreement that there is no exclusivity or commitment - Studies on psychosocial and physiological health of university students – effects of casual sex o Persistent depressive symptoms in young women o Regret in females – often felt shame and self-blame,
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