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For example, seeing someone regularly on your daily bus commute to work or school may be all that’s necessary to spark a genuine friendship.
This module explores ways in which we try to understand how friendships form, what attracts one person to another, and how love develops.
Durkheim argued that being socially connected is imperative to achieving personal well-being.
In fact, he argued that a person who has no close relationships is likely a person who is at risk for suicide.
We also tend to feel safe with familiar people, as it is likely we know what to expect from them. Robert Zajonc (1968) labeled this phenomenon the mere-exposure effect.
More specifically, he argued that the more often we are exposed to a stimulus (e.g., sound, person) the more likely we are to view that stimulus positively.