Essays about: "Assymetrical Relationships"

Found 2 essays containing the words Assymetrical Relationships.

  1. 1. Mutual Love and Attachment : A cross-sectional dyadic study exploring asymmetrical love

    University essay from Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för psykologi (PSY); Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för psykologi (PSY)

    Author : Magnus Nilsson; Tobias Sandberg; [2019]
    Keywords : Mutual Love; Companionate Love; Passionate Love; Romantic Obsession; Partner Value; Emotional Involvement; Interdependence Theory; Interdependence Theory Index; Assymetrical Relationships; Assymetries; Discrepancies; Attachment; Attachment Anxiety; Attachment Avoidance; Experiences in Close Relationships; Ömsesidig kärlek; Asymmetri; Asymmetriska förhållanden; Passionate Love; Companionate Love; Romantic Obsession; Anknytning; Diskrepanser; Partnervärde; Interdependence Theory; Interdependence Theory Index; Ängslig anknytning; Undvikande anknytning; Experiences in Close Relationships; Emotionellt engagemang;

    Abstract : The overarching question of the study was how common mutual love is, and to what extent attachment relates to relationship asymmetries. Four research questions and four hypotheses were posed and explored using a cross-sectional survey design with data analyzed using quantitative methods. READ MORE

  2. 2. Consumer Involvement and its Outcomes: Revealing asymmetrical relationships.

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Oskar Kyring; Anna Blomberg; [2012]
    Keywords : Involvement; Consumer response outcomes; Brands; Brand Strategy; Consumer Behavior.; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : Thesis purpose: The purpose of this study is to further develop and nuance the area of consumer involvement by using existing measurement tools and testing them in connection to consumer responses in form of outcomes of involvement. We also aim to investigate what dimensions of involvement that can be traced to different responses, clarifying what marketers should focus on if wanting to increase involvement and gain specific responses. READ MORE