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Adapted by Rajiv Jhangiani, Capilano University

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    The desire to establish and maintain rewarding interpersonal relationships is known as ________.

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    The repulsion hypothesis states that ________.

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    Attraction begins with ________.

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    ________ addresses the physical closeness between two individuals.

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    The ________ the physical distance, the more likely two people will experience ________ contact, which could lead to the development of mutual attraction.

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    Jessminder's dad does not want her hanging out with boys who are older than she is. He says that being around them a lot will just make her like them more. To what hypothesis is Jessminder's dad alluding?

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    Which one of the following statements regarding physical attractiveness is FALSE?

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    Goffman proposed the ________, stating that people are more likely to form longstanding relationships with others whose social attributes match with theirs and with those who are similar in physical attractiveness.

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    The proportion of similarity ________.

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    The exchange of what we receive for what we get is known as ________.

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    ________ is known as a "bonding hormone."

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    The degree of security experienced in interpersonal relationships is known as ________.

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    What researcher was responsible for some of the early studies of attachment using baby monkeys?

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    David has high self-esteem but expects the worst out of people. David has a ________ style of attachment.

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    Attachment styles can be described in their most basic form as the levels of ________ and ________.

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    A state characterized by intense longing for union with another is ________.

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    Fatuous love invoves a combination of ________ and ________.

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    Resources that have been devoted to a relationship that cannot be retrieved are known as ________.

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    ________ relationships are those in which partners expect strict reciprocity; while ________ relationships are those in which partners expect mutual responsiveness to one another's needs.

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    ________ theory states that relationships are most satisfying when the ratio between benefits and contributions is similar for both partners.