Relationships

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  • Relationships
    • romantic relationships
      • formation
        • filter theory
        • reward/need satisfaction
        • matching hypothesis
      • maintenance
        • social exchange theory
        • equity theory
        • investment model
      • breakdown
        • models
          • duck
            • intra-pyschic
            • dyadic
            • social
            • grave dressing
            • ressurection
          • lee
            • dissatisfaction
            • exposure
            • negationation
            • resolution attempts
            • termination
        • predisposing factors
          • lack of stimulation
            • baxter
            • boekhout
          • lack of skill
            • duck
          • maintenance difficulties
            • shaver
            • holt and stone
    • evolutionary
      • sexual selection + reproductive behaviour
        • cunningham
        • waynforth
        • bruce and young
        • langois et al
        • singh
        • waynforth and dunbar
        • buss
        • clark and hatfield
        • buss and schmitt
      • sex differences in parental investmen
        • trivers
          • parental investment theory
            • women
              • invest more
                • certain child is theirs
                • pregnant with child
                • breastfeed
        • research
          • buss
            • sexual jelousy
          • geher
    • Effects of childhood on adult relationships
      • bowlbys attachment theory
        • Adaptive behaviour
        • social releasers
        • critical period
        • monotropic bond
        • future
          • loveable
            • trustworthy
          • unloveable
            • untrustworthy
      • attachment types
        • secure
          • loveable
        • insecure avoidant
          • unloveable
            • insecure resistant
        • insecure resistant
    • cultural influences
      • individualistic (western)
        • do things for themselves
        • love is important
      • collectivist (non western
        • do things for their group
        • love in not necessarily required

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