Interpersonal Relationships: Types & Functions

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Which of the following are benefits we get from strong and healthy interpersonal relationships?

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1. At what age do we develop our first interpersonal relationships?

2. Calling your mother's best friend your Aunt Debbie is an example of _____ which treats those interpersonal relationships in the friendship category as if they were interpersonal relationships in the family category.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet will test what you know about the different kinds of interpersonal relationships that exist. Specifically, you'll be required to answer questions on key topics like the positive results of a healthy interpersonal relationship and the age when we first establish these types of relationships.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

See how much you know about these points on the quiz:

  • Type of relationship where you refer to a parent's friend as your aunt
  • Characteristic that's unique to romantic interpersonal relationships
  • A degree of formality among interpersonal relationships at work

Skills Practiced

  • Making connections - use your understanding of healthy and strong interpersonal relationships and how they're connected to certain positive outcomes
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about when we first develop interpersonal relationships and a unique aspect of a romantic interpersonal relationship that's with a partner
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the way a formal interpersonal relationship at work might be determined

Additional Learning

For more on relationships, consider the accompanying lesson entitled Interpersonal Relationships: Types & Functions. You'll be covering these key topics:

  • The necessity of relationships among human beings
  • Support network from healthy interpersonal relationships
  • Bonds that are formed through dependence
  • Examples of the four basic categories of interpersonal relationships
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