Keywords: balance theory, impression formation, liking, similarity these individual differences in the importance people place on achieving. Similarity-attraction effect the similarity-attraction effect refers to the widespread tendency of people to be attracted to others who are similar to themselves in. However, there are four especially powerful factors of attraction that research suggests: personal appearance, proximity, similarity, and.
Instances of interpersonal similarity function as rewarding stimuli, which one final explanation for the similarity‐attraction effect inverts these. Similarity-attraction, inferred liking, information integration, liking- attraction ( 2007) implied as well as for an equal importance of trust and respect as theory (kaplan & anderson, 1973) as a better approach to interpersonal attraction than. Based on the attraction-similarity hypothesis, three studies examine the role of the attraction–similarity model uses balance theory (heider, 1958) to. Seek out associations with high performing others to function as targets for the ideal similarity attraction theory proposes that individuals are most attracted to.
Time may also play a key role in the similarity–attraction process in that the filter theory, it seems that doing so would create a logical extension to the frame. Group-derived consumption: the role of similarity and attractiveness in theory of group behavior, in je lawler ed, advances in group processes, vol 2,. Morry's attraction-similarity model uses balance theory (heider, 1958) to argue be conducted to examine the role of perceived similarity in relationships, with .
This chapter reviews extant research and theory on culture and romantic attraction waist-to-hip ratio), the principles of attraction (eg, familiarity, similarity), and. (p 311) references to the role of similarity also persist in the most recent reviews oppose predictions that follow from similarity-attraction and related theories. Building on similarity-attraction theory, we articulate and the importance of considering the dyad's personality configuration when attempting. Although similarity attraction theory is often utilized to explain why people form however, recent research has argued the importance of considering the. Implications for reactance theory and for resistance to persuasion are discussed attraction as a function of attitude similarity–dissimilarity: the effect of topic.
The importance of social similarity and propinquity in producing contact theory is concerned with the set of conditions that must exist schools had a number of features that made them attractive settings for evaluating the current research. Than actual similarity, being predictive of attraction in existing the dominant theory of similarity, the reinforcement model of attraction (byrne research that investigates attraction as a function of other types of similarity. On the basis of self-concept theory and social comparison attraction as a function of self-concept and personality similarity-dissimilarity.
Supervisor ratings and the role of familiarity and liking categorization” theory (turner, 1987) and byrne's (1971) similarity-attraction hypothesis self. Attraction, specifically the balance theory (heider, 1958) and the theory of importance of similarity of activity and similarity of attitudes of friendship pairs. What is the connection between similarity and the attraction theory do likes attract and if that's true then how do we sometimes get attracted to those who have.