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Attraction: Types, Cultural Differences & Interpersonal Attraction

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Which of the following attributes indicate cross-cultural attractiveness?

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1. In some cultures, _____ is an indication of wealth and fertility.

2.

Bill, 22 years of age, is a native of Chicago and is currently following a three year Bachelor Degree in Biology at the University of Philadelphia. Bill is an evangelical and his family has always supported the Republican party.

Who among the following will most likely be a friend to Bill?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Have you ever looked at someone and immediately felt attracted to them? Take this quiz to aid your understanding of what attraction is, how it is similar or different across cultures, and the factors that decide why we form relationships with certain friends and romantic partners.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Students who use these assessments and want to do well should study up on the following:

  • Why Leonardo DiCaprio has cross-cultural attractiveness
  • Indications of wealth in other cultures
  • A factor that influences the friends we make
  • Robert Sternberg's Triangular Model of Love
  • One factor that impacts the romantic partners we choose

Skills Practiced

People who take this assessment will be practicing these skills:

  • Reading comprehension - draw the most important information from the accompanying article on attraction
  • Making connections - use understanding of Robert Sternberg's Triangular Model of Love
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge of the factors that influence our relationships to answer questions

Additional Learning

Students who want to know more about this subject can view the accompanying lesson, Attraction. It can help you achieve the following:

  • Identify the traits that make someone attractive and how that changes between nations and cultures
  • Learn the factors, besides appearance, that contribute to attraction
  • Understand what Robert Sternberg's Triangular Model of Love concludes about different types of love
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