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1. Liking in this case is not used in a trivial sense. Sternberg says that this intimate liking characterizes true friendships, in which a person feels a bondedness, a warmth, and a closeness with another but not intense
passion or long-term commitment.
2. Infatuated love is often what is felt as"love at first sight. "But without the
intimacy and the commitment components of love, infatuated love may
disappear suddenly.
3. Empty love: Sometimes, a stronger love deteriorates into empty love,in
which the commitment remains, but the intimacy and passion have died. In cultures in which arranged marriages are common, relationships often
begin as empty love.
4. Romantic love: Romantic lovers are bonded emotionally(asinliking)and
physically through passionate arousal.
5. Companionate love is often found in marriages in which the passion has
gone out of the relationship, but a deep affection and commitment remain. Companionate love is generally a personal relation you build with somebody you share your life with, but with no sexual or physical desire.
It is stronger than friendship because of the extra element of commitment. The love ideally shared between family members is a form of companionate love, as is the love between deep friends or those who
spend a lot of time together in any asexual but friendly relationship.
6. Fatuous love can be exemplified by awhirl wind courtship and marriage
in which a commitment is motivated largely by passion, without the
stabilizing influence of intimacy.
7. Consummate love is the complete form of love, representing the ideal
relationship toward which many people strive but which apparently few achieve. Sternberg cautions that maintaining a consummate love may be even harder than achieving it. He stresses the importance of translating the components of love into action. "Without expression," he warns, "even the greatest of loves can die" (1987, p.341). Consummate love may not be permanent. For example, if passion is lost over time, it may change into companionate love.
Parts of the eye:
1. Cornea: transparent bulge in the front of the eye, curved, begins refraction.
2. Iris: colored portion of the eye; smooth muscle; causes dilation and constriction of the pupil; by doing so it regulates the amount of light entering the pupil, first ring of tissue from pupil
3. Aqueous Humor: clear, watery fluid, made by ciliary body; keeps cornea bulged out in front as well as maintenance of intra ocular pressure; made and contiually absorbed.
4. Pupil: space or black hole through which the light passes; can be eliptical in nature.
5. Lens: transparent and elastic, continues refraction and focusing onto the retina; held in place by the suspensory ligaments which are operated by the ciliary body; has a convex shape.
6. Viterous Humor: jelly-like; made only once; maintenance of intraocular pressure which will keep the eyeball from collapsing.
- Color blindness is caused by hvaning no cones or have cones that are not working at all.
Parts of the middle ear:
Hammer,Anvil,Stirrup:the 3 small bones in the middle ear which increase or decrease vibrations from the ear drum.
Parts of the External ear:
1. Pinna: visible part of the ear.
2. Auditory Canal: Short tunnel that runs from the pinna to the eardrum.
3. Eardrum: Thin section of skin that tightly covers the opening into the middle part of the ear, just like a drum skin covers the opening in a drum.
Parts of the inner ear:
1. Cochlea: Snail-shaped structure filled with fluid.
2. Corti: Inside Cochlea and contains the receptor cells for sense of hearing.
3. Auditory Nerve: Bundle of axons from the hair cells in the inner ear; receives neural message from the organ of corti.
4. Semicircular Canals: filled with fluid that with stimulate hairike receptors when rotated and are involved in the vestibular sense.