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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldWinter

PSY424H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Agreeableness

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Chapter 11: conflict summary: with more time spent together, more likely for conflict to occur. Second, there are certain tensions in a relationships t
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldWinter

PSY424H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Extraversion And Introversion, Sexual Selection, Neuroticism

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Chapter 1: the building blocks of relationships summary: human beings are a social species. The nature and importance of intimacy: relationships come i
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldWinter

PSY424H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Microexpression, Unrequited Love, Ostracism

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Perceived relational value: we have a need to belong and therefore care what our partners think of us, relational value refers to the degree to which o
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldWinter

PSY424H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Condom, Pluralistic Ignorance, Casual Sex

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Many adults believe same-sex sex is morally wrong. Though they are becoming more: many other cultures have been accepting of gay/lesbian unions for a w
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldWinter

PSY424H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Storge, Libido, Sexual Orientation

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Chapter 8: love summary: love in a marriage is a relatively new concept. A brief history of love: attitudes towards love have varied on at least 4 dime
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PSY424H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Social Desirability Bias, Longitudinal Study, Convenience Sampling

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The short history of relationship science: relationship science can be said to have begun in the 1930"s, but gained traction in the. In the 60"s and 70
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldWinter

PSY424H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Social Penetration Theory, Laziness, Nonverbal Communication

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Chapter 5: communication summary: communication begins with the sender"s intentions, though the intentions are not known to the receiver, so they can b
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldWinter

PSY424H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Balance Theory, Speed Dating, Endangerment

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UTSGPSY424H1Jessica MaxwellWinter

PSY424H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Attachment In Adults, 18 Months, Electronic Signatures In Global And National Commerce Act

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Article title: roots of adult attachment: maternal caregiving at 18. Independent variable(s: construct, operational definition, dependent variables(s,
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldWinter

PSY424H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Turbulence Modeling, Retributive Justice, Learned Helplessness

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Chapter 6: interdependency summary: we are interdependent, we rely on others. Interdependency theories assume we seek interactions with others that pro
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PSY424H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Ingratiation, Impression Management, Social Cognition

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Chapter 4: social cognition summary: social cognition is a term used to refer to the processes of perception and judgement with which we make sense of
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UTSGPSY424H1Jessica MaxwellWinter

PSY424H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Maner Sharif, Human Reproduction, Lap Dance

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Article title: can men detect ovulation: question, big picture question: have cues of impending ovulation been lost in humans over evolutionary time, t
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