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Q: Identify and define the four key determinants of attraction
A: Four key determinants of attraction. 1. [ Physical Attractiveness -While the professionals say that physical beauty is a main factor in influencing our selection of people, how many times have you heard someone say that beauty doesn t matter? These days, nobody wants to admit that we consider good-looks to be an issue. 2. Proximity -The more we see them, the more likely we are to be attracted
? that s what they tell us, anyway. Now, on some level, this may be blatantly true, because consider how much time we spend around someone we want to get to know, and eventually it s just bound to happen, but consider that on the grounds of virtual reality and you ll find that it s even more astounding! 3.Similarity -This then breaks down to four smaller categories ? demographic similarity, attitudinal similarity, similarity in physical attractiveness, and similarity in interests and experiences. 4.Reciprocity of Liking -When we were kids in the playground, the fairer sex might have adhered to that theory, hurling all the possible admiration, affection, and attention we could muster to the boys that gave us butterflies, but they, however, pulled on our pigtails and trampled our sweet little faces into the mud when they had an inkling of a feeling. Complete, utter self-denial, and they acted out in the worst possible manner to prove that so. ]
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User: Identify and define the four key determinants of attraction

Weegy: Four key determinants of attraction. 1. [ Physical Attractiveness -While the professionals say that physical beauty is a main factor in influencing our selection of people, how many times have you heard someone say that beauty doesn t matter? These days, nobody wants to admit that we consider good-looks to be an issue. 2. Proximity -The more we see them, the more likely we are to be attracted ? that s what they tell us, anyway. Now, on some level, this may be blatantly true, because consider how much time we spend around someone we want to get to know, and eventually it s just bound to happen, but consider that on the grounds of virtual reality and you ll find that it s even more astounding! 3.Similarity -This then breaks down to four smaller categories ? demographic similarity, attitudinal similarity, similarity in physical attractiveness, and similarity in interests and experiences. 4.Reciprocity of Liking -When we were kids in the playground, the fairer sex might have adhered to that theory, hurling all the possible admiration, affection, and attention we could muster to the boys that gave us butterflies, but they, however, pulled on our pigtails and trampled our sweet little faces into the mud when they had an inkling of a feeling. Complete, utter self-denial, and they acted out in the worst possible manner to prove that so. ]
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User: To what extent was your attraction to your friends and romantic partners a function of the four key determinants.

User: Define alturism

Weegy: Altruism or selflessness - is the principle or practice of concern for the welfare of others. [ It is a traditional virtue in many cultures and a core aspect of various religious traditions, though the concept of "others" toward whom concern should be directed can vary among cultures and religions. Altruism or selflessness is the opposite of selfishness. ]
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