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Q: explain the matching hypothesis. Give an example of a well-matched and a poorly-matched goal that you have pursued in your own life. Discuss the relationship between goal selection and well-being
A: The matching hypothesis (also known as the matching phenomenon) is a social psychology theory, first proposed by Elaine Hatfield and her colleagues in 1966,[1] which suggests why people become attracted to their partner. [ It claims that people are more likely to form long standing relationships with someone who is as equally physically attractive as they are. This is influenced by realistic
choices, desire of the match and good probability of obtaining the date. Example: Cheerleaders getting into relationships with good-looking quarterbacks. ]
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