USC PSYC 359 - Exam 3 Study Guide (11 pages)

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11
Type:
Study Guide
School:
University of Southern California
Course:
Psyc 359 - Interpersonal Relations
Edition:
1

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PSYC 359 1st Edition Exam 3 Study Guide At the conclusion of Chapter 7 students should be able to 1 Define friendship noting its affective communal and sociable aspects Differentiate friendship from love using the five components of rewarding intimacy respect trust responsiveness capitalization and social support with special attention to the complexity of social support in close relationships Friendship a voluntary personal relationship typically providing intimacy and assistance in which the two parties like one another and seek each other s company It is different from love in that love involves more complex feelings than like and love includes fascination desire and exclusivity Love is more confining The following things are part of friendships respect friends admire each other and believe the other is commendable considerate honest and willing to listen to others Trust friends trust each other and believe the other is selfless which leads to interdependency Capitalization friends share good news with one another and receive enthusiastic rewarding responses Social support we rely on our friends for social support which comes in the form of material support physical comfort advice support and emotional support there are lots of effects of having not having social support emotional support has physiological effects effective social support leads to us feeling closer to one another some people provide better support and we need support that fits our preferences Responsiveness friends have perceived partner responsiveness which is the extent to which we feel valued validated and understood 2 Identify the rules of friendship and reflect on how likely we are to follow them and whether they are linked to relationship success Rules of friendship are cross cultural and somewhat universal The more rules a friendship adheres to the more people feel satisfied by their friendships They include don t nag keep confidences show emotional support volunteer help in time of need



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