Interpersonal Relationship - Newer Approaches

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. Contemplations about interpersonal cooperations. . Assessment of association as great, normal, poor. . Future potential outcomes Strategies. Accounts/stories about connections. . Who is told? When they are told? What is said? Why they are told?. Contrast in observations; memory for realities. Interpersonal Relationship - Newer Approaches (cont.).

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Interpersonal Relationship - Newer Approaches Individual subjective responses to signals in an association Active hunt/identification prepare for prompts Relationships Timing and sequencing of signals (e.g., heating a cake case)

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Interpersonal Relationship - Newer Approaches (cont.) Future potential outcomes Strategies Thoughts about interpersonal communications Evaluation of collaboration as great, normal, poor Who is told? When they are told? What is said? Why they are told? Accounts/stories about connections Difference in observations; memory for actualities

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Results of Schachter's "Dr. Zilstein think about" Nonanxious subjects Anxious subjects Schachter (1959) controlled the tension levels of female subjects by having them suspect either difficult or harmless stun. The reliant variable was subjects' decision to hold up with others or to hold up alone. 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 # of Subjects The outcomes showed that restless subjects held up with others more than non-on edge subjects. Additionally, a subsequent review found that on edge individuals liked to hold up with different on edge individuals instead of the individuals who were not on edge Choose to hold up alone Choose to hold up with others

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The "Connect" Study Misattribution of Emotional Arousal Procedure and Results? Connect qualities: Tilted, influenced (6 ft.), wobbled Low handrails (3 feet) 230 foot drop to rocks and rapids versus

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Shortcoming of First Study? Consequences of 1 st concentrate affirmed: TAT Scores: Exp. Assemble – - 2.99 Control Group – 1.92 Called Back: Exp. Gather – - 13/20 Control Group – 9/20

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Grater fascination evaluations when subjects expected accepting a solid versus feeble stun TAT scores were essentially higher when both the male and female were expecting the solid stun

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Study 2 Procedure and Results?

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Overall Implications?

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Misattributions of Friendly Behavior Female Routine Conversation Viewed female as wanton; were pulled in to the female; considered themselves to be coy and enchanting Male Female Observers Viewed guys as acting in a sexual way; females as indiscriminate Male Sexual focal point Interaction

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Relationship Conflict - Some Issues Jealousy - Men Sexual treachery (60%) Women Emotional disloyalty (83%) Communication - Demand-pull back collaboration design (Females wish to talk about issues, men keep away from/pull back from such discourses) Sex Children Money Different desires

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Marital Satisfaction after some time In a longitudinal review that crossed ten years, wedded couples evaluated the nature of their relational unions. All things considered, these evaluations were high, however they declined among both married couples. As should be obvious, there were two soak drops, happening amid the first and eighth years of marriage. (Kurdek, 1999.) Ratings of conjugal quality 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Years of marriage Wife Husband

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Changes in Life Satisfaction Before and After Divorce In this review, 817 men and ladies who were separated sooner or later appraised how fulfilled they were with life on a size of 0 to 10 consistently for a long time. By and large, divorced people were less fulfilled than their hitched partners a typical outcome. On the subject of whether time recuperates the injury, you can see that fulfillment levels plunged before separation, bounced back a while later, however did not come back to unique levels. It creates the impression that individuals adjust yet don't completely recuperate from this experience. (Lucas, 2005.) 0.00 - 0.50 Life Satisfaction Ratings Divorce - 1.00 - 8 - 6 - 4 - 2 0 2 4 6 Years Before and After Divorce

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Sample Liking Scale Items When I am with _____, we are quite often in a similar disposition. I believe that _____ is bizarrely balanced. I would profoundly suggest _____ for a capable employment. As I would like to think, _____ is a particularly develop individual. I have extraordinary trust in _____'s decision making ability. I believe that _____ is somebody one of those individuals who rapidly win your regard. _____ is a standout amongst the most affable individuals I know. _____ is the kind of individual whom I myself might want to be. I would vote in favor of _____ in a class or gathering decision.

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Sample Love Scale Items I would do anything for _____. I feel in charge of _____'s prosperity. I feel extremely possessive toward _____. In the event that I would never be with _____, I would feel hopeless. On the off chance that I were forlorn, my first thought is search _____ out. I would pardon _____ for all intents and purposes anything. In would incredibly appreciate being trusted in by _____. When I am with _____, I spend a decent arrangement of my time simply taking a gander at him/her. I would be hard for me to get along without _____.

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Liking & Loving for Dating Partners and Same-Sex Friends Index Women Men Love for Partner 89.5 89.3 Liking for Partner 88.7 84.6 Love for Friend 65.3 55.1 Liking for Friend 80.5 79.1

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To Whom Do People Lie? For one week, individuals recorded each example in which they attempted to deceive somebody. As should be obvious, they lied most to outsiders, trailed by associates, relatives, and companions (left). Likewise indicated is that individuals lied more regularly to their unmarried sentimental accomplices than to their companions (right). These outcomes propose that the nearer two individuals are, the more outlandish they are to deceive each other. (Information from DePaulo & Kashy, 1998.) 70 60 50 40 Rate of lying 30 20 10 0 Strangers Acquaintances Friends Family Romantic Partners Spouses Types of Relationships