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Intimate Relationships 8Th Edition By Rowland Miller – Test Bank

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Intimate Relationships 8Th Edition By Rowland Miller – Test Bank

Intimate Relationships, 8e (Miller)
Chapter 10 Stresses and Strains

1) The degree to which people consider their relationships with us to be valuable to them is known as:
A) relational conceptualization.
B) relational inequity.
C) relational value.
D) relational schema.

2) Olivia sees her relationship with Ryan as very close and important. Ryan sees his relationship with Olivia as moderately close and not very important. It appears that Olivia and Ryan are different in terms of their:
A) relational inclusion.
B) relational value.
C) maximal exclusion.
D) maximal inclusion.

3) Sarah was planning to attend a meeting of a reading group on her university campus. However, when she heard that her classmate Jessica would also be there, she decided not to go. In the context of research on relational values, Sarah’s degree of acceptance of Jessica can be described as that of:
A) maximal inclusion.
B) passive inclusion.
C) active exclusion.
D) maximal exclusion.

4) Roan and Paul decided to organize a reunion of all their old classmates living in and around New York City. After inviting everyone, they decided on a date and venue. A few days later, Maria, one of the invitees, informed them that she would not be able to make it on that particular day but was free the next day. They were disappointed to hear this but decided to go ahead with the plan anyway. In the context of research on relational values, their degree of acceptance of Maria can be described as that of:
A) maximal inclusion.
B) active inclusion.
C) passive inclusion.
D) ambivalence.

5) When others seek us out and go out of their way to interact with us, this is known as:
A) passive inclusion.
B) active inclusion.
C) maximal inclusion.
D) active exclusion.

6) Which of the following factors has the greatest effect on momentary judgments of our self-worth?
A) Maximum exclusion
B) Active exclusion
C) Passive exclusion
D) All of these have a nearly equal effect.

7) Research on social exclusion shows that:
A) once we find out that others do not want us around, it does not matter much to us how much they dislike us.
B) we are sensitive to different levels of rejection; the more people do not want us around, the more it hurts.
C) we hate being excluded entirely, but if others’ dislike is not too great, we feel okay.
D) most people prefer ambivalence from others rather than complete rejection.

8) The apparent decrease in others’ regard for us that results in hurt feelings is known as:
A) relational devaluation.
B) relational value.
C) relational rejection.
D) extreme rejection.

9) For the first few months after they met, Jon really seemed to like Luke and enjoy his company. Jon now seems to avoid Luke. Luke heard through friends that Jon does not like him much anymore. Luke has experienced:
A) relational devaluation.
B) relational value.
C) relational rejection.
D) extreme rejection.

10) In the context of research on reactions to rejection, which of the following statements is true?
A) Marijuana intensifies the pain one experiences due to relational devaluation.
B) Constant rejection causes more negative feelings than a pattern of decreasing acceptance from someone.
C) When people who experienced romantic rejection were studied in fMRI scanners, their brains responded as if they were experiencing real pain.
D) Unlike people with a dismissing style of attachment, people with an avoidant style of attachment experience more pain when others withdraw or show decreasing interest with time in their relationship.

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