The Social Psychology of Personal Relationships

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SUBJECT INDEX
Adaptation, 15
Altruism, 28, 216
Arousal, 118
Attachment, 38–44, 46, 49, 51, 52
Attraction, 118, 125
Audience, 146, 218
Augmentation, 64, 65
Basis for dependence, 89
Behavior Control (BC), 86
Choice, 217, 218, 223
Closeness, 121
Communication, 19
Comparison Level (CL), 83
Comparison Level for Alternatives (CL- alt), 83
Contexts, 218
Correspondence of outcomes, 86, 89
Cuckolds, 28
Culture, 31, 148, 221
Daily hassles, 219
Dark side, 219
Deception, 26
Decline of relationships, 115
Degree of dependence, 83, 86
Desired self, 150
Diary and account studies, 164
Dominance, 18
Drinks, 37
Dyadic data analysis, 183, 188, 190, 196, 203
Dyads, 181, 188, 190, 196, 205
Economic factors, 222
Embarrassment, 140, 219, 225
Emotional bonds, 10, 43, 46
Epistolary studies, 167
Ethical questions, 160
Ethnicity, 57
Everyday lives, 165, 166
Evolutionary psychology, 9–11, 15, 19, 29, 32
Exchange, 3, 4
Excuses, 140
Experimental methods, 170, 178
Fate Control (FC), 86
Flirting, 44, 45
Friendship, 17, 28
Gays, 76, 221
Genetics, 11
Given matrix vs. Effective matrix, 92
Gossip, 225
Group identification, 221
Hamlet, 1, 2
Impostor phenomenon, 144
Impressions, 13, 134, 137, 147, 152, 153
Impression management, 130, 136, 138, 148
Inclusive fitness, 12, 25
Ingratiation, 133, 139
Insiders, 55, 56, 66, 67, 70, 71, 73, 76, 216, 224
Interaction matrix, 81, 82
Interaction record studies, 165
Interdependence, 80, 92, 98, 127, 182, 184, 216
Interpersonal attraction, 47, 72
Interpersonal interaction, 209
Interpersonal relations, 208, 209
Interracial relationships, 56, 62, 66, 70, 74, 76
Interview studies, 164
Intimacy, 47, 50, 53
Intraclass correlation, 185, 187, 188, 190
Jealousy, 24
Jury decision-making, 216, 225

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