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how human beings attract, and get attracted by others
Journalism & Communication
Pages 15 (3765 words)
Attraction in Human Relationships Student Enter the Name and Code Number University or College Name of the Professor 2nd November, 2011 Abstract Attraction is the basis of most relations and relationships that humans are involved in. These relationships can vary from platonic friendship to romance and love.
Introduction Humans are social animals. We are dependent on the response and appraisals we receive from others. This inextricable association between the self and others is reflected in a strong, enduring need for affiliation. Attraction is the first thing that people feel and often the first reason to start off a relationship with someone. When they experience this attraction towards another, they often become involved in a relationship; this relationship could either be of friendship or love. The further success or failure of the relationship will depend in part on the strength of this initial attraction. Attraction can be defined as a quality or feature of something or someone that evokes interest, liking, or desire. It is the basis of any relationship, and is the antonym of repulsion. We are compelled to people we like and thus bond with them in relations like friendship or love. Social psychologists have attempted to study this phenomenon between social beings. This paper examines the psychology of attraction between human beings and what determines how they are attracted to each other. In particular, the effect of similar traits, such as race, skin color, height or even last names will be examined, as well as the effect of completely different traits as a factor to attract others. ...
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