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list and discuss the four factors of attraction. Which one do you most identify with and why? How does one fall out of love?
1. Physical Attractiveness 2. Proximity 3. Similarity 4. Reciprocity of Liking. [ Most identifiable would be 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. We’d rather be a part of the noble few that really sees beyond the outside, and therefore would never own up to the possibility that we want both inner and outer beauty. The ‘truth’ of the matter is that we actually do size people up according to looks, among the first few things, and we might be doing this on an unconscious level – that we are unaware of it. ]
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User: list and discuss the four factors of attraction. Which one do you most identify with and why? How does one fall out of love?

Weegy: 1. Physical Attractiveness 2. Proximity 3. Similarity 4. Reciprocity of Liking. [ Most identifiable would be 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. We’d rather be a part of the noble few that really sees beyond the outside, and therefore would never own up to the possibility that we want both inner and outer beauty. The ‘truth’ of the matter is that we actually do size people up according to looks, among the first few things, and we might be doing this on an unconscious level – that we are unaware of it. ]
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User: I wonder if a baby is use [similarity] to seeing a particular race, hair, or eye color will the baby find anyone different unattractive? Does that apply to adults I wonder?

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