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1

Men weigh ____ more heavily than do women.

physical attractivness

2

Women weigh ______resources more heavily than do men.

economic

3

Sex differences are more likely to appear when the relationship is ________

Less Serious

4

men and women’s preferences are most SIMILAR in ______ relationships

Serious

5

Gay men and lesbians are attracted to a ____ set of characteristics in potential mates as heterosexuals.

Similar

6

Gay men, like heterosexual men, are interested in a mate’s ___________ – more than lesbians are.

Physical attractiveness

7

Lesbians are not attracted to a potential mate’s______

Financial Resources

8

This theory States that women and men behave in ways that will maximize the survival of genes.

Evolutionary Theory

9

Evolutionary Theory suggests Men value ______ and youth in their mates because these are indicators of fertility

Physical Attractiveness, Youth

10

According to the Evolutionary Theory women prefer mates
who have a ____
because financial resources will help ensure the survival of their offspring.

High Occupational Status

11

These ideas are based on _____which states that women will invest more in their offspring than will men because they have less opportunity than men to reproduce.

Parental Investment Model

12

the idea that women will be linked to wealthy, high-status men.

Potentials-Attract Hypothesis

13

Weakness of Evolutionary Theory

it cannot explain men’s preference for women with domestic skills.

14

Eagly & Wood (1999)
Suggests that a society’s emphasis on a distinct division of labor between the sexes will be directly linked to sex differences in mate selection.

Social Role Theory

15

According to Social Role Theory females will value a mate with ___

High Earning Capacity

16

Males value a mate with
______ in societies where men’s role is to work outside the home and women’s role is to work inside the home.

Domestic Skills

17

Social role theory would predict that sex differences in mate preference out to
______as women and men’s roles become more ______.

Decrease, Similar

18

Weakness of Social Role Theory

cannot explain men’s preference for attractive mates.

19

Both _____ & _____
can explain why women greater economic prefer a mate with resources*

Evolutionary Theory and Social Role Theory

20

Argues that social norms dictate what is desirable in a mate.

Social Construction Theory

21

-Theory supported by cultural differences in mate preferences.
-Sex differences may be larger in more traditional cultures where men’s and women’s roles are distinct and women have less access to economic resources.

Social Construction Theory

22

A schema or cognitive representation of sequence of events.

Scripts

23

Maintenance Strategies used more by women

-Take on more household labor
-Sacrifice Personal Leisure time
-Emotional Skills

24

Couple Maintenance Strategies

-Cognitive Mechanisms that Reflect Accuracy and Bias
-Accommodation of Gender Role Attitudes
-Sexual Activity

25

The concern that there is a rival for the others affection.

Jelousy

26

According to evolutionary Theory,
________ should provide jealousy in women and men.

Different Situations

27

Women, Gay Men and Lesbians more worried about ____ infidelity

Emotional

28

Heterosexual Men more concerned with _____ infidelity

Sexual

29

State of relationship in which the ratio of what one puts in and gets out of a relationship equals that of the partner.

Equity Theory

30

Theory that relationship satisfaction is partly a function of the rewards and costs in the relationships.

Social Exchange Theory