|A)||being excluded by others.|
|C)||stretching your neck.|
|D)||sticking your neck out and taking a risk.|
Whom are you most likely to marry?
|A)||A person who lives far away.|
|B)||A person who lives, works, or studies within walking distance.|
|C)||A person very different from you.|
|D)||A person who is less successful than you.|
What is the mere-exposure effect?
|A)||When a person eventually dislikes someone or something they have encountered repeatedly.|
|B)||Disclosing something personal to a stranger.|
|C)||When a person eventually likes someone or something they have encountered repeatedly.|
|D)||Only providing minimal self-disclosure.|
What is the physical-attractiveness stereotype?
|A)||A bias against people who are high in physical attractiveness.|
|B)||When we hear that someone "has a good personality," it means that they are not physically attractive.|
|C)||That people who are physically attractive are snobs.|
|D)||When we see a physically attractive person, we think that they have other good qualities.|
With a knowing glance, Linda's grandmother motioned to Linda from across the table at a fancy restaurant, "Look at how that waiter ________________ himself in front of those people at the table for six, just to receive a big tip."
Which of the following is not an indicator of passionate love?
|C)||nodding one's head.|
Which of the following is not one of Robert Sternberg's components of love?
Companionate love is
|B)||something that happens at the beginning of a relationship.|
|C)||long lasting and deep.|
Attachment research initially conducted with infants has been applied to adults, with results showing that
|A)||adults who had secure attachments as babies do not have good, stable, trusting relationships as adults.|
|B)||adults who had secure attachments as babies are likely to have good, stable, trusting relationships as adults.|
|C)||adults who had secure attachments as babies are likely to have avoidant relationships as adults.|
|D)||adults who had secure attachments as babies are likely to have chaotic relationships as adults.|
Tim feels he is investing more time and emotions into the relationship he has with Jane than she is investing. This would describe
The theory that we like people who reward us or with whom we associate positive events is referred to as
|A)||the positivity-reaction theory.|
|B)||the reciprocal-giving theory.|
|C)||the gifting theory of attraction.|
|D)||the reward theory of attraction.|
Kelly complains that Larry never shares anything truly personal about himself. She thinks he shows
|A)||a lack of self-disclosure.|
|B)||that he is loquacious.|
|C)||that he is superficial.|
|D)||that he is high in self-esteem.|
Which of the following is considered to be the strongest predictor of whether or not people form friendships?
According to the matching phenomenon, Jacqueline is more likely to get involved with someone who
|A)||has the name Jack.|
|B)||has a higher level of physical attractiveness.|
|C)||has the same level of physical attractiveness.|
|D)||has a lower level of physical attractiveness.|
Couples who are absorbed in one another—gaze into each other's eyes longingly and would be devastated to lose their relationship—are most likely experiencing
The two-factor theory of emotion holds that
|A)||imprinting leads to romantic responses.|
|B)||physical arousal accentuates romantic responses.|
|C)||behavior plays more of a factor than previously realized.|
|D)||it takes at least two factors to lead to attachment.|
The type of love we feel for people that is a labeled as a deep affectionate attachment is
The cooling of intense romantic love
|A)||can often lead to fatuous love.|
|B)||can trigger a period of disillusionment.|
|C)||can lead to aggressive behaviors.|
|D)||can trigger frustration.|
What term is used to describe the supposed effect of two people who are "opposites" of each other, being attracted to each other and "completing" each other?
When people want to be with other people in long term, close relationships, this is referred to as
|B)||having a need for achievement.|
|C)||having a need to belong.|