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What did Tashiri and Fraser find?
Students report emotional growth and suffering
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Who found that people in most equitable relationships were happiest?
Stafford and Canary
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Who came up with the Similarity Hypothesis
Bryne, Clore and Smeaton
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Who claimed the formation and maintinence theory had cultural bias?
Moghagdaggon and Lott
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Who criticised Griffit and Guay and why?
Hay. They only measure receiving not giving, so ignore individual differences.
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Who supported the similarity hypothesis?
Speakman et al. People were attracted to people with similar body-fat levels
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Who said relationships would break down due to lack of maintinence?
Shaver
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What did Thaibut and Kelly come up with?
The Social Exchange Theory
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Who said the Social Exchange theory had good implications?
Martz. it explains why women stay in abusive relationships
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What did Duck say about breakdown of relationships?
It is caused by lack of stimulation, sexual boredom, lack of maintinence or too many costs
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Explain the equity theory
Relationship is worth while if perceived inputs and out puts are fair.
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Who came up with the Dissimilarity-Repulsion Hypothesis?
Rosenbaum
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Explain the social exchange theory
P-C=O. If relationship exceeds comparison level, and profit outweighs cost it is worth while and maintained
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Explain Bryne and Clore's theory
Reward/Need Satifaction Theory. We seek people who we associate with positively through operant conditioning, and rewards
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Who said Exchange relationships focus more on equity than communal?
Clarke and Mills
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What are Rollie and Ducks processes of breakdown?
Intra-psychic phase, Dydiac Processes, Social Processes, Grave dressing, Ressurection
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Who supported the social exchange theory and why?
Simpson et al. People in relationships found other people less attractive
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Where did RosenBaum study?
US and Singapore
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Who supported Rollie and Ducks model of relationship breakdown and what did they find?
Tashiri and Fraser. Students reported suffering and emotiona growth (supporting Dydiac Proccess and Grave Dressing)
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Who came up with the reward/need satisfaction theory?
Bryne and Clore
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What did Aron et al find?
People who claimed to be 'deeply in love' had more dopamine in their brains which shows they made more positive associations
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Who said relationships wouldn't break down due to lack of maitinence?
Holt and Stone
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Who supported the reward/need satisfaction theory and what did they find?
Griffit and Guay. People liked experimenters who evaluated them highly.
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Explain the Similarity Hypotheisis
Bryne Clore and Smeaton. People choose similar people because it reduces rejection chances and increases rewards. If some minor dissimilarity arises attitude alignment may occur.
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