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Positive feelings for others such as liking or loving is called a(n) __________ or close relationship.
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User: Positive feelings for others such as liking or loving is called a(n) __________ or close relationship.

Weegy: Positive feelings for others such as liking or loving is called an interpersonal relationship or close relationship.
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User: The theory of personality that seeks to explain how we decide, on the basis of samples of an individual's behavior, what the specific causes of that person's behavior are is known as __________ theory.

Weegy: The theory of personality that seeks to explain how we decide, on the basis of samples of an individual's behavior, what the specific causes of that person's behavior are is known as the Attribution Theory.
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User: __________ are evaluations of a particular person, behavior, belief or concept.

Weegy: Attitudes are evaluations of a particular person, behavior, belief or concept.
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User: A state of intense absorption in someone that includes intense physiological arousal, psychological interest, and caring for the needs of another is called __________ love.

Weegy: A state of intense absorption in someone that includes intense physiological arousal, psychological interest, and caring for the needs of another is called romantic love.
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User: In this type of coping, people try to manage their emotions by changing the way they feel about or perceive a problem.

Weegy: In Emotion-Focused Coping, people try to manage their emotions by changing the way they feel about or perceive a problem.
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User: According to social psychologists, this factor describes how repeated interactions with a person or stimulus is often sufficient to produce attraction.

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According to social psychologists, the MERE-EXPOSURE EFFECT describes how repeated interactions with a person or stimulus is often sufficient to produce attraction.

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