5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Self Expansion Theory
- Double Bind
- One Down Messages
- Preventive Tactics
- a Helps explain how identity influences the development of close relationships after first impressions are made.
- b Messages that indicate a desire to give in or relinquish one's freedom.
- c The person who is neurotic and anxious and always needs to have a girlfriend. They get nervous at any sign of a break-up.
- d A situation where there is no correct response.
- e Trying to keep face loss form happening
5 Multiple choice questions
- Being liked and admired.
- Using jokes to alleviate face loss.
- The see the children's negative emotions as a chance to teach them. They allow the child to express emotions but with boundaries.
- Let me tell you the whole thing before you decide if it's wrong.
- Similar to the authoritarian style, refers to parents who believe that they should be in complete control and demand compliance without explanation.
5 True/False questions
Dramaturgical Perspective → A pattern consisting of acts that are similar.
Secure Base Phenomenon → As infants we are biologically wired to find someone to keep us safe because we can't take care of ourselves.
Social Comparison Theory → Festinger's theory that we compare ourselves to similar others.
Relational Messages → Messages that indicate a desire to give in or relinquish one's freedom.
Gold Shadow → The part of yourself that you are hiding. It represents the parts of ourselves that other people have told us are wrong.