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This assignment deals with what we know about liking and loving relationships. Most of the chapter discusses romantic relationships, but much of the information is applicable to friendships and other types of relationships as well. Love is a relatively new (but rapidly expanding) area of research in social psychology.

The chapter discusses several factors that affect our attraction to other people, including propinquity, or physical closeness, physical attractiveness, similarity, and reciprocal liking. As we have alluded to earlier in Assignment 1, complementarity (being opposites) does not seem to have much of an effect on liking. We generally prefer similar others as friends and lovers.
Test your knowledge about the effects of attractiveness. Circle true or false for each of these statements.

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