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Copy of Interpersonal Attraction Theory
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(mere exposure effect) Those who meet on the internet are more attracted to each other? Sources Genetic Interests We value and appreciate physical attractiveness, so we want to be around people we consider attractive History of seeking physically attractive others as mates Physical attractiveness varies culture to culture
People who look and behave the same are likely to share genetic material.
Humans are motivated to help those with whom they share genetic material.
Because helping our genetic relatives helps our own genes survive into future generations. It is any force that draws people together to form a relationship.
There are three types of attractions:
Physical: attraction to someone’s physical appearance
Social: attraction to someone’s personality.
Task: attraction to someone’s abilities and dependability. What is Interpersonal Attraction? By: Marilyn Anderson, Dan Barger, Nikita Baughman, Justin Beard, Brandy Card, Nikki Carpenter, and Ashley Cason "What is beautiful is good" stereotype The beautiful are thought to be... More sociable Extroverted Socially Competent More Sexual Happier More Assertive Study about friendships and college housing Similarity is more attractive than difference. Praise and complements increase liking http://wps.prenhall.com/hss_aronson_socpsych_6/64/16428/4205823.cw/-/4205877/index.html Floyd, Kory. "Interpersonal Communication". p.283-287 http://www.2knowmyself.com/psychology_of_attraction_proximity http://web.ebscohost.com/Legacy/Views/static/html/Error.htm?aspxerrorpath=/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer