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Progression from social to psychological data happens in?
United States and in most European cultures
The individual's group membership is always important; it never recedes into the background?
Asian and African cultures
A person's group membership (the person's social data)-even in the closest intimate relationship- is always important, than?
The person's individual or psychological characteristics
Six-Stage Model of Relationships
1.Contact
2.Involvement
3.Intimacy
4.Deterioration
5.Repair
6.Dissolution
1.Contact
(Initial)
First point where you really make contact.
"Sub stages"

1.Perceptual contact
-aware that person exists.

2.Interaction contact
-pick up lines
2.Involvement
"Sub Stages"

1.Testing
-to see if you like them, right person, whatever?
Relationships are defined by how you react to things that happen in relationships

2.Intensifying
-things get really intense really quickly. It's real when it's really not. It's emotions, hormones, etc.
3.Intimacy
Intense period goes by; you start getting into the real stuff. Sharing real intimate moments with each other.

Interpersonal commitment- two of you commitment to each other

Social bonding- commitment and let you commitment be known to be world; network of friends, introduce to family.
4.Deterioration Stage
Intrapersonal dissatisfaction:
Things aren't the same as they used to be. Just not the same.
Move into interpersonal dissatisfaction.

Dissatisfaction leaks out and the relationship begins to suffer. Things are falling apart.
5.Repair Stage
Interpersonal repair.
Try to fix what was going wrong.
End of the relationship or filter back around to interpersonal communicate; intimacy and we commitment to each other.
6.Disillusion
Going to end.
Interpersonal separation.
Social public separation.
It's over for good.
Tell everyone in the world;
It's harder to get back in it.
Takes place at different times
You are going to go threw repair and disillusion
Knapp's Model of Relationship Stages
Stages:

First 5 stages refer to the processes of coming together and moving toward greater connection and intimacy
1.Initiation
2.Experimenting
3.Intensifying
4.Integrating
5.Bonding

Next 5 stages refer to the stages of coming apart and moving away from intimacy
6.Differentiating
7.Circumscribing
8.Stagnating
9.Avoiding
10.Terminating