1. Passive aggression is Indirect way of communicating hostility, such as giving a partner the silent treatment, withholding affection, or rolling one’s eyes.
2. Third party manipulation is a breakup strategy that involves using a third party to indirectly break up with someone through strategies .
3. The fourth phase in the relational dissolution process. In this phase people talk to people in their social network about problems known as _______.
4. Resurrection processes phase is the ________of the relational dissolution process, wherein people move on by visualizing
5. A breakup strategy that involves saying you want to talk about the relationship when your intention is to break up is known as ________ .
6. People’s positive perceptions about their partners and their relationships start to fade is known as ______ .
7. Psychological abuse hurtful communication such as _______ .
8. Pseudo de-escalation is a deceptive breakup strategy where a person says she or he wants to _______ closeness .
9. When used to break up, this strategy is designed to lessen the dumped person’s hurt feelings and make her or him feel better about the breakup known as _______.
10. Physical abuse is a Violent behavior such as ________ slapping, and punching.
11. A breakup strategy where one person gradually but purposefully decreases communication until communication stops is known as _______ .
12. A breakup strategy that involves discussing the process of breaking up in an amicable way is known as ________ .
13. When two people, often unintentionally, gradually distance themselves from each other until they break up is known as ________ .
14. The Intrapsychic processes phase involves thinking about the positive and negative aspects of a relationship to evaluate whether you want to stay in it or possibly break up .
15. Grave-dressing processes phase is the _________ of the relational dissolution process. Involves the public presentation of the breakup
16. A term that refers to stopping all contact, a way to break up or signal that one is no longer interested in someone is known as _______ .
17. Genuine de-escalation is a breakup strategy that involves _________ relational closeness while avoiding a complete breakup
18. Dyadic processes phase focus on how a couple deals with issues that are causing dissatisfaction in their relationship, and can include conflict, avoidance .
19. Cost escalation involves attempting to make the relationship unattractive to one’s partner so the partner will initiate a breakup.
20. Partners are continuously dissatisfied with their relationship, making them more likely to seek happiness elsewhere known as ________ .
21. Catastrophe theory is an alternative to the stage models of relational disengagement that suggests that some _______ .
22. A breakup strategy that involves blaming the partner for the problems in the relationship is known as ________ .
23. Voice is a behavior that is ________ , such as talking about problems.
24. Rewards are exchanged resources that are ________ .
25. Remedial strategies attempt to correct problems, restore one’s positive face, and/or repair a relationship.
26. Relationship invocation is an expression ________ about the relationship or using the qualities of the relationship as a backdrop for interpreting a relational transgression.
27. Punishment is trying to balance the relationship by engaging in _______ .
28. Prosocial communication is the positive behaviors that promote relational ________ .
29. A person’s calculation of the rewards in a current relationship minus the costs for being in that same relationship is known as _______ .
30. Relationships are defined by breaking up and then getting back together at least once is known as _______ .
31. Neglect passive, destructive behaviors that involve standing by and letting conditions in the relationship get worse.
32. Model of accommodation is a model that describes how people respond to __________ events in their relationships using neglect, exit, voice, or loyalty.
33. Mismatched relationships are characterized by _________ .
34. Metatalk is talking about the how the transgression ________the relationship
35. Loyalty is passive, constructive behaviors that involve waiting for positive change by hoping .
36. Justifications used as a remedial strategy .
37. Resources tied to a relationship that would decline in value or be lost if the relationship were to end is known as ________ .
38. The perspective that commitment leads people to use behaviors that help them _______ their relationships .
39. Intrinsic invests resources that are put _________ into the relationship, including time, effort, affection, and disclosure.
40. Habitual, as a type of on-again off-again relationship, falls into old habits because the relationship is _______ .
41. Couples that grow farther apart from one another during their “off” phases are known as ________ .
42. Forgiveness is a relational process .
43. Resources or benefits that are developed over time as a result of being in a relationship ,this statement is related to _______ .
44. Exit, as a coping strategy, is used to decrease closeness or end a relationship.
45. Excuses are ________ for negative behavior by focusing on the inability to control one’s own actions or by shifting the blame to others.
46. Relationship where one partner constantly wants the relationship and the other partner is known as _______ .
47. Comparison level is a relationship compared to expectations about the kinds of outcomes a person thinks he or she should receive in a relationship.
48. Which of the correct statements about Capitalized on transition ?
49. Antisocial communication is a Communication that is __________ to a relationship.
50. Violent communication is threats and actual violence, such as __________ harm that occur in response to jealousy.
51. Which situation involves a would-be lover who wants to initiate or intensify a romantic relationship and a rejecter who does not ?
52. A form of deception that involves downplaying aspects of the truth is known as ________ .
53. The expectation that others will be honest is known as ________ .
54. Transgression-minimizing messages focus on downplaying the severity of the transgression by using strategies .
55. Transgression-maximizing messages are messages that highlight the _________ of the transgression as well as the partner’s role in causing that negativity.
56. Surveillance is also a type of communicative response to jealousy.
57. Stalking is a ________ contact that is threatening and/or fear-provoking.
58. Silence, as a communicative response to jealousy,_______ often by getting quiet and not talking as much as usual, when feeling jealous.
59. Signs of possession is a public display designed to show people that one’s partner is taken, such as holding the partner’s hand.
60. Shift in motivation is a relational pursuit theory, the shift that occurs when someone’s motives change from wanting a relationship with someone who does not want them
61. Sexual activity with someone other than one’s ________ partner.
62. Self-efficacy is the belief that you will be effective and successful in a ________ .
63. Secondary appraisals are Evaluations about the causes and consequences of one’s feelings.
64. Rumination is repeated mulling over certain _________ .
65. Romantic jealousy is when people believe that a third party threatens the ________ of their primary love relationship.
66. Which of the correct statements about Rivalry?
67. A communicative response to jealousy that involves direct communication with a potential rival by a jealous person is known as _______ .
68. Repeated common couple violence is the physical aggression that occurs intermittently in a relationship when conflicts get especially heated.
69. Relational transgressions are the actions that violate ________ relational rules .
70. _______ is a theory built on the idea that people expend energy to develop or reinitiate relationships to the extent .
71. The cognitive process of being able to justify your actions, even if they are inappropriate is known as _______ .
72. Primary appraisals are initial evaluations about whether feelings are good or bad .
73. Online infidelity is a ________ facilitated by Internet use that is considered to violate relationship rules regarding faithfulness.
74. Obsessive relational intrusion used for the purpose of trying to get close to someone.
75. _______ communication that reflects negativity,.
76. Lies are also called falsifications or fabrications.
77. Jealousy is a _______ about losing something you value, such as a good relationship, due to interference from a rival.
78. Isolated common couple violence is an Inappropriate _________ that occurs on rare occasions in a relationship when conflicts become especially heated.
79. Invulnerable responses involve acting _______ by something, such as acting like a hurtful remark did not bother you.
80. Invulnerable responses involve acting _______ by something, such as acting like a hurtful remark did not bother you.
81. Intimate terrorism involves using violence to control a partner.
82. A style of communication that is direct and nonaggressive and typically involves problem solving is known as _______ .
83. Informational familiarity certain information about your relational partner, such as your _______ .
84. Hyper Intimacy is sending ________ messages of interest and affection.
85. Hurtful messages are words that elicit psychological pain.
86. Being with a particular person is linked to more general life goals, such as happiness; it makes a relationship more desirable this statement is related to ________ .
87. A form of deception that involves stretching the truth, often to make oneself look better or to spice up a story is known as _______ .
88. In evolutionary hypothesis for infidelity men should get more upset over sexual infidelity than emotional infidelity,
89. A deceptive form of communication that involves making an indirect ambiguous statement is known as _______ .
90. Envy is wanting something you value that someone else has.
91. Emotional infidelity involves another person to the extent that emotional resources such as ________ .
92. An alternative explanation for why men get more upset in response to sexual infidelity and women get more upset in response to emotional infidelity ,this statement is related to ______ .
93. Devaluation is a feeling of being _________ , leading to hurt feelings.
94. A communicative response to jealousy designed to cast the rival in a bad light, such as making mean comments about a rival is known as _______ .
95. Pretending not to be jealous or falsely denying feeling jealous is known as _____ .
96. Cultural scripts communication routines that arise from cultural practices and are typically done automatically without thought.
97. A communicative response to jealousy that involves taking action to make the partner feel jealous too, such as flirting with someone else is known as _______ .
98. A form of deception that involves omitting information one knows is important or relevant to a given context is known as _______ .
99. A constructive communicative response to jealousy aimed at improving is known as _______ .
100. Engaging in sexual activity with a third party to communicate a message to one’s partner is known as _______ .
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