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Topic 7 Social Psychology Pro-social Behaviour

Topic 7 Social Psychology Pro-social Behaviour

Topic 7 Social Psychology Pro-social Behaviour. Prosocial Behavior. Altruism …an unselfish interest in helping someone else Egoism …helping others for personal enhancement (e.g., to ensure reciprocity ). Prosocial Behavior. Explanations of Altruism evolutionary

By elina
(458 views)

LOVE

LOVE

LOVE. WOULD YOU MARRY A PERSON IF THEY HAD ALL THE ATTRBUTES YOU WANTED IN A MATE, BUT YOU DID NOT LOVE HIM?. Love is new. Marrying for love, rather than for other more practical reasons (e.g. economic, political, family) is a new concept.

By long
(245 views)

Computer-Mediated Communication

Computer-Mediated Communication

Computer-Mediated Communication. Intimate relationships. Um, where were we?. Marriage markets — exchange theory Exchange of differential characteristics Opportunity cost of staying with mate Lure of guaranteed replacement (big market) “Love” as solution to commitment problem

By addo
(133 views)

Attraction & Intimacy

Attraction & Intimacy

Attraction & Intimacy. Who do you love? What is love? Why do fools fall in love? Will you love me forever? Let me sleep on it, I’ll give you an answer in the morning (Meatloaf, 1978). What factors predict liking?. Proximity – geographical nearness mere exposure

By coligny
(251 views)

Life-Span Development Twelfth Edition

Life-Span Development Twelfth Edition

Life-Span Development Twelfth Edition. Chapter 14: Socioemotional Development in Early Adulthood. Temperament. Researchers have linked several dimensions of childhood temperament with characteristics of adult personality Easy and difficult temperaments Inhibition

By verena
(186 views)

Choices in Relationships

Choices in Relationships

Choices in Relationships. Chapter Three: Love in Relationships. Descriptions of Love. Sternberg developed the “triangular” view of love as consisting of three basic elements—intimacy, passion, and commitment.

By griselda
(123 views)

Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Love and Intimacy. Chapter 7 Outline. What is Love? Love in Other Times and Places The Forms and Measures of Love Romantic versus Companionate Love The Colors of Love: John Alan Lee Love Triangles: Robert Sternberg Can We Measure Love?. Chapter 7 Outline (Cont.).

By tiernan
(188 views)

Attraction & Close Relationships: Lecture #10 topics

Attraction & Close Relationships: Lecture #10 topics

Attraction & Close Relationships: Lecture #10 topics . The initial attraction familiarity, physical attraction, mate selection Close relationships types of relationships, types of love (bleh). The initial attraction . BUILDING FAMILIARITY the _______ effect

By Jimmy
(225 views)

Lecture 10

Lecture 10

Lecture 10. Attraction, Affiliation and Love. Outline. Attraction and Liking Love Attachment Equity Theory Interpersonal Communication Relationship Dissolution. Factors Influencing Attraction. Propinquity - Proximity Mere-exposure effect Similarity Reciprocal Positive Evaluations

By mimi
(122 views)

The Psychology of Love

The Psychology of Love

The Psychology of Love. Love versus Liking. There are many different theories of love Love is a basic human emotion, but understanding how and why it happens is not easy For a long time scientists and psychologists said this was a concept that simply could not be explained.

By odell
(1393 views)

Social Psychology: Social Cognition

Social Psychology: Social Cognition

Social Psychology: Social Cognition. Person perception: stereotyping Attributions Liking and attractiveness. Person Perception: Forming Impressions of Others. We’ve already seen the effect of “first impressions” merely using adjectives! What about physical appearance? Cognitive schemas

By moeshe
(178 views)

Learning goals:

Learning goals:

Learning goals:. Understand human’s need for attachment and the benefits affiliation provides Understand various theories of attraction Identify characteristics desired in a relationship Identify and understand key factors in promoting interpersonal attraction

By heinz
(126 views)

Individual Interactions

Individual Interactions

Individual Interactions. Chapter 18. First Impressions. Personal Beliefs. On a sheet of paper please draw two scales Good to Bad Attractive to Unattractive For each scale please rank them from 1 to 5 with key characteristics/qualities. Interpersonal Attraction.

By jerry
(115 views)

Mate Selection Theories

Mate Selection Theories

Mate Selection Theories. How do people choose their partners?. Mate Selection Theories. Social Homogamy Ideal Mate Theory Developmental Perspective Evolutionary Psychology Social Exchange Theory Filter Theory. Social Homogamy. People are attracted to those from similar backgrounds .

By micheal
(590 views)

Passionate Love Vs. Companionate Love

Passionate Love Vs. Companionate Love

Passionate Love Vs. Companionate Love. Love In The Media. Love In The Media. Love In The Media.

By eunice
(146 views)

Thinking About Psychology, Second Edition Module 35: Social Relations iClicker Questions

Thinking About Psychology, Second Edition Module 35: Social Relations iClicker Questions

Thinking About Psychology, Second Edition Module 35: Social Relations iClicker Questions. Charles T. Blair-Broeker Randal M. Ernst Questions Written by Kent Korek, Germantown High School. 1. Repeated exposure to novel stimuli increases our liking of the stimuli according to the:.

By ziazan
(186 views)

Chapter 18 Social Relations

Chapter 18 Social Relations

Chapter 18 Social Relations. Social Relations. Prejudice an unjustifiable (and usually negative) attitude toward a group and its members involves stereotyped beliefs, negative feelings, and a predisposition to discriminatory action Stereotype

By finna
(138 views)

Social Psychology (Pp 321-339)

Social Psychology (Pp 321-339)

6th edition. Social Psychology (Pp 321-339). Elliot Aronson University of California, Santa Cruz Timothy D. Wilson University of Virginia Robin M. Akert Wellesley College. Close Relationships.

By rex
(83 views)

Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Chapter 3. American Ways of Love. Chapter Outline. The American Myth: Romantic Love Should Always Lead to Marriage Defining Love Love in Strong Families: Appreciation and Respect. Chapter Outline. Learning to Love Love over Time: From Passionate to Companionate Love

By vivek
(163 views)

LOVE

LOVE

LOVE. Kinds of Love. “The Triangle of Love” by Robert Sternberg There are eight types of love Non Love --Romantic Love Liking --Companionate Love Infatuated Love --Fatuous Love Empty Love --Consummate Love Each has one of three aspects present or absent Intimacy Passion

By kennan-parker
(1261 views)

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