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The Ups & Downs Of Love

Ψ  Note: These questions are part of a larger data base of questions on modules 27. The questions are selected to represent the type of question you should expect on unit exam three. You can, in fact, expect to see many of these very same questions on that exam. Exam questions, however, may deal with topics not covered in the self tests or in lectures but are discussed in your textbook. You are responsible for the content of your text book plus the content of lectures, interactive activities, & material on the web site.

    Use these sample questions to test yourself & to practice for the test. Click on your choice to see if you are right.

1. Eros is to _____________ as storge is to _____________.

•  friendship; game playing
 •  passion; game playing
  •  game playing; passion
   •  passion; friendship

2. Robert Sternberg views love as a triangle whose 3 sides include all but  which of the following?

•  passion
 •  intimacy
  •  attachment
   •  commitment

3. ___________ is a state of intense longing for union with another.

•  storge love
 •  passionate love
  •  attraction anxiety
   •  intimate attraction

4. The two-factor theory of emotion suggests that passionate love can be increased by

a mere exposure.
b physical arousal.
c secure attachment.
d the matching phenomenon.

5. When benefits are proportional to contributions in a relationship,

a equity exists.
b mutuality exists.
c equality necessarily exists.
d companionate love exists.

6. The tendency for one person’s intimacy of self-disclosure to match that of a conversational partner is called

a reciprocal exchange.
b disclosure reciprocity.
c mutual self-revelation.
d the matching phenomenon.

7. To marry for “as long as we both shall love” is more characteristic of

a men than women.
b individualists than collectivists.
c collectivists than individualists.
d the wealthy than the middle-class.

8. Sustained satisfaction in close relationships depends on

a the religiosity of the partners.
b the time & effort people put into them.
c maintaining equality of each partner’s inputs.
d a certain amount of complementarity between partners.

9. Self-disclosure involves

a closing down emotionally.
b revealing intimate aspects of oneself to others.
c protecting oneself by closing off part of oneself from others.
d stopping oneself from getting involved in an intimate relationship.

10. According to research friendships & romantic relationships that form on the Internet are

•  less likely to last for at least 2 years.
 •  more likely to last for at least 2 years.
  •  more likely to lead to marriage within 6 months.
   •  more likely to end in disappointment & disillusionment.

11. _____________ "is a deep & vital emotion resulting from significant need satisfaction, coupled with a caring for & acceptance of the beloved & resulting in an intimate relationship."

•  Love
 •  Emotion
  •  Affection
   •  Erotic Attachment

12. ________ is to companionate love as ________ is to intimate love.

•  superficiality; depth
 •  depth; superficiality
  •  arousal; self-disclosure
   •  self-disclosure; arousal

13. Which of the following is not a John Alan Lee love style?

•  ludus
 •  storge
  •  pragma
   •  lleuranois

14. Men

•  fall more readily in love.
 •  fall out of love more slowly than women.
  •  are less likely to break up a premarital romance.
   • do all of the above.

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Social Psychology
Robert C. Gates
Neurosis is the inability to tolerate ambiguity.  -- Freud