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Harold and Sybil are lost while driving to some friends' house. Harold will not stop to ask for directions as Sybil wants him to. This chapter-opening story illustrates the pattern that: A.social
interaction is actually mostly random. B.men and women may have disagreements about who should drive. C.men avoid asking for directions because it makes them dependent on someone else. D.men are more interested in connectedness than women are.
D.men are more interested in connectedness than women are.
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