Flashcards in Documentary Deck (12):
What are the 2 main factors that lead to cheating?
1. How the current relationships are going.
Children increase ___, but decrease ___.
After 4 years, only __% of married couples were as happy as they were when they first married.
Can an individual's emotions be wrong?
No, they are right from the perspective of the person who is feeling them.
Emotions become a problem when they become equated with ___.
Arguments can be constructive or destructive. What theory would discuss this?
Social Learning Theory.
Being excited about each other's achievement, and engaging in novel activities.
An interpretive filter affects Phil and Monica's relationship through the ___ ___ model.
Intimacy process model.
In Phil and Monica's relationship, there was a perpetual occurrence where Monica would aggressively criticize Phil, and Phil would withdraw. What is this type of interaction called?
What was Phil's reason for cheating?
Because Monica pushed him away. He gives ludicrous reasons for cheating. "She pushed me away so much I had to cheat." Motivated reasoning.
What internal cognitive bias helped Phil arrive at the conclusion of "she pushed me away so much I had to cheat"?