The Age at which, children are at least manageable.
A vague, generalized apprehension or feeling that one is in danger.
Trying to find causality in others' behaviors.
The most extreme form of attitude change, accompanied through peer pressure, physical suffering, threats, rewards for compliance, manipulation of guilt, intensive indoctrination, and other psychological means.
The uncomfortable feeling that arises when a person experiences contradictory or conflicting throughs, attitudes, beliefs, or feelings.
Friendship, mutual trust, stable.
The tendency to marry someone who is from one's own social group.
The tendency to marry someone who has similar attributes, including physical attractiveness, age, and physique to our own.
Applying our own sense of personality to go with a given behavior.
A method of developing resistance to persuasion by exposing a person to arguements that challenge his or her beliefs so that he or she can practie defending them.
Intense, sensual, sexuality, sense of dreads that it may end (amplifies passion level), volatile.
Being able to predict a person's attitude or response before it happens.
Pre-convinced attitudes toward a person or group that have been formed without sufficient evidence and are not easily changed.
The physical distance from one person from another.
The process of combining old ideas with new ones and reorganizing feelings in order to renew one's identity.
Need attachment (physical contact), desire to give (self is less than other), intimacy (revelation of our truer selves underneath our roles, violation of this trust can cause violent reactions)