Formation of Relationships

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1. What does the Reward/need satisfaction model suggest?

  • We form relationships with those with adaptive qualities that will promote survival and help future offspring survive
  • We form relationships with those we associate with happy events as when see them again we are reminded of the event and the person is positively reinforced
  • When forming a relationship we will fulfil other's needs in order for our needs to be fulfilled
  • Physical attractiveness isn't the most important factor in forming relationship, other factors such as emotion are more important
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2. Clark and Mill said ...

  • When forming a relationship we will fulfil other's needs in order for our needs to be fulfilled
  • Physical attractiveness isn't the most important factor in forming relationship, other factors such as emotion are more important
  • We form relationships with those with adaptive qualities that will promote survival and help future offspring survive
  • We form relationships with those we associate with happy events as when see them again we are reminded of the event and the person is positively reinforced

3. Matching hypothesis suggests...

  • We will form relationships with those of a similar level of attractiveness to us as the relationship is more likely to occur.
  • When forming a relationship we will fulfil other's needs in order for our needs to be fulfilled
  • We form relationships with those with adaptive qualities that will promote survival and help future offspring survive
  • Physical attractiveness isn't the most important factor in forming relationship, other factors such as emotion are more important

4. Which study found that physical attractiveness is more important to men in forming a relationship than women?

  • Aron et al.
  • Clark and Mill
  • Takeuchi
  • Hatfield and Spreecher

5. The matching hypothesis was by whom?

  • Walster et al.
  • Hatfield and Spreecher
  • Clark and Mill
  • Byrne and Clore

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