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Copyright © 2012 McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited Attraction and intimacy Need to belong A motivation to bond with others in relationships that provide ongoing, positive interactions The pain of rejection 1 Eisenberger, Lieberman, & Williams (2003) LO1
Copyright © 2012 McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited Proximity Interaction Anticipation of interaction Mere exposure Mere exposure effect: The tendency for novel stimuli to be liked more or rated more positively after the rater has been repeatedly exposed to them 2 LO1
Copyright © 2012 McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited Physical attractiveness Attractiveness and dating Gender differences and similarities The matching phenomenon The tendency for men and women to choose as partners those who are a “good match” in attractiveness and other traits The physical attractiveness stereotype The presumption that physically attractive people possess other socially desirable traits as well First impressions Is the “beautiful is good” stereotype accurate? 3 LO1
Copyright © 2012 McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited Physical attractiveness Who is attractive? “Averageness” as attractiveness Evolution and attraction Social comparison The attractiveness of those we love 4 LO1
Copyright © 2012 McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited Similarity vs. complementarity Do birds of a feather flock together? Likeness begets liking Dissimilarity breeds dislike Do opposites attract? Complementarity: The popularly supposed tendency, in a relationship between two people, for each to complete what is missing in the other 5 LO1
Copyright © 2012 McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited What leads to friendship and attraction? Liking those who like us Attribution Ingratiation Self-esteem and attraction Gaining another’s esteem Relationship rewards Reward theory of attraction: The theory that we like those whose behaviour is rewarding to us or whom we associate with rewarding events Liking by association 6 LO1
David Myers 11e ©2013 McGraw-Hill Companies. Chapter Eleven Attraction and Intimacy: Liking and Loving Others.
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1 Attraction & Intimacy Who do you love? Who do you love? What is love? What is love? Why do fools fall in love? Why do fools fall in love? Will you love.
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Relationships Feldman 12-3/13-1/ FORMING RELATIONSHIPS: Factors in Attraction Similarity Proximity & Familiarity Physical Attractiveness (Personality.
Social Relations How do we relate to others? Attraction Conflict and Prejudice Altruism and Peacemaking Aggression.
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Lesson 7 - Love and Intimacy Robert Wonser. 2 Factors That Influence our Choices Three factors influence whom we select: 1.Our daily routines make some.
Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education. All rights reserved. Interpersonal Attraction: From First Impressions to Close Relationships Chapter 10 “Try to reason.
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The Social Psychology of Attraction: why do we befriend or fall in love with some people but not others?
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