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Question 1: The study by Monroe was the first to mark the significant shift in the study of intimate relationships from analysis that was primarily ________ to those with empirical validity.
PhilosophyPolitical philosophyDavid HumeAristotle

Question 2: [2] Intimate relationships consist of the people that we are attracted to, whom we like and ________, romantic and sexual relationships, and those who we marry and provide emotional and personal support.
Chemical basis for loveLimerenceLoveJealousy

Question 3: Current research being conducted by John Gottman and his colleagues involves inviting ________ couples into a pleasant setting, in which they revisit the disagreement that caused their last argument.
MarriagePolyamoryRomance (love)Family

Question 4: Participants consisted mostly of college students, experimental methods and research was being conducted in laboratories and the ________ was the dominant methodology in social psychology.
Statistical unitInteraction (statistics)ExperimentRandomized controlled trial

Question 5: [15] A study conducted by Monroe,[16] examined the traits and habits of children in selecting a ________.
LovePolyamoryInterpersonal relationshipFriendship

Question 6: Genuine intimacy in human relationships requires ________, transparency, vulnerability and reciprocity.

Question 7: Modern ________ and sociology began to emerge in the late 1800’s.
Cognitive neurosciencePsychologyNeuropsychologySigmund Freud

Question 8: Physical intimacy is characterized by romantic or passionate ________ and attachment, or sexual activity.
LoveCasual relationshipChemical basis for loveJealousy

Question 9: Lacking the ability to differentiate one self from the other is a form of ________, a state that is different from intimacy, even if feelings of closeness are similar.
Biological interactionSymbiosisMutualism (biology)Parasitism

Question 10: [15] ________ wrote about parent-child relationships and their effect on personality development.
Sigmund FreudImmanuel KantExistentialismWilliam James

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