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Male and female college students
were asked to look at photos of different men and women. The students said the beautiful or handsome people were more attractive, had more desirable personalities, and could get better jobs. Source: Laws of Attraction
A research study asked married
couples what characteristics they found attractive in their partners. Results showed that the 10 most valued characteristics were related to having a warm personality. Source: Laws of Attraction
You tend to like people
who are close by. PROXIMITY In general, the more time you spend physically close to people, the more comfortable you feel being around them.
In 1950, randomly selected MIT
dorm residents were asked to name their three closest friends in all the school’s dormitories. Results showed that two-thirds of the friends named lived on the same floor, in the same building. Source: Laws of Attraction
People tend to like others
who are similar to them. SIMILARITY Having similar characteristics, interests, and preferences reduces conflicts in a relationship.
Source: Laws of Attraction College
students were asked to fill out an attitude survey. Then they were asked to read and rate the survey answers of some fictitious students. Results showed that participants gave more favorable ratings to those who agreed with their own responses.
Source: The Science of Relationships
A study engaged college students in a series of meetings. In each meeting, one of the participants (secretly working with those conducting the study) told the others he/she had accidentally overheard the experimenter describing them in one of these four ways: All positive 1 All negative 2 Initially negative but becoming positive 3 Initially positive but becoming negative 4 Participants gave the experimenter a GOOD evaluation Participants gave the experimenter a BETTER evaluation
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