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14 Cards in this Set

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if you want someone to notice you up need to be around and noticeable
proximity effect
the more we see and interact with people the more likely they are to become our friends
mere exposure effect
the more often we are exposed to a stimulus the more we come to like it
misattribution of arousal
mistaken inferences about what is causing them to feel the way that they do
we tend to associate ourselves with people who are similar to ouselves
reciprocil liking
liking others who like us
self presentation
reveal some things and conceal others
exchange relationship
people expect/desire equity-rewards and costs are equal
communal relationship
people expect/desire mutual responsiveness to each others needs (close friends, romantic relationships)
passionate love
started and estinguished fast
companionate love
intimacy/deep caring-takes longer to develop/longer lasting (friend)
social exchange theory
tries to predict how satisfied and commited people willb e towards relationships and how stable theyll be
destiny beliefs
potential relationships are either compatible or they are not. if they dont start off well they fail
growth beliefs
relationships ideally grow over time