Assessing Familiarity and Attraction
Kayla Irwin and Daisy Antoniuk
February 28, 2013
“Familiarity Does Indeed Promote Attraction in Live Interaction,” by Reis et al., explores the issue of whether familiarity breeds attraction within individuals in live interaction...
Does Familiarity Breed Contempt? | |
to the housing problems is an urgent______.
Complete the phrase:
Which cliché refers to the statement?
Similarity is the key factor in...
Oprah is a household name but this didn't stop the staff in a Zurich shop assuming she couldn't afford the bag she wanted.'
There was a depressing familiarity to Oprah Winfrey's tale of racism in an upmarket Swiss boutique. Billionaire TV presenter Oprah is a household name around the world but this didn't...
is also young and he makes the mistakes of youth. When describing a situation in which the schoolteacher attempted to explain the saying familiarity breeds contempt, Elijah slips into the vernacular of the day and calls himself and his classmates "little niggas" although his parents have taught him that...
one's health; too much of smoking affects lungs; over-work tells upon health; even too much of talking means loss of energy.
Too much of familiarity breeds contempt. One who squanders money recklessly comes to grief some day. So the golden principle is to be moderate in love and hatred, in pleasure seeking...
commitment and familiarity. However, this familiarity can breed contempt. Storge is often taken for granted and expected without merit in family relationships. Out of familiarity, family members may treat the
others in ways they would treat a stranger. In the worst form of contempt, it may lead to...
She wanted to pass her values on to her children: “We learned from our mother that nothing is more important that your freedom, and that familiarity breeds contempt.” Freedom, new experiences and search for happiness were the things the mother represented. She wasn’t afraid to challenge the destiny and...
not actually *live* in the city, and are sometimes (gah!) forced to eat here, due to circumstances beyond their control. familiarity, in this case, does not appear to breed contempt. no city-dweller i've known in the...geez, nine years i've lived here has been to one of those places--unless it was for...
Failing to plan is planning to fail
Faint heart never won fair lady
Fair exchange is no robbery
Faith will move mountains
Familiarity breeds contempt
Feed a cold and starve a fever
Fight fire with fire
Finders keepers, losers weepers
Fine words butter no parsnips
First come, first...
UCMJ. What is disrespect? Behavior that detracts from good order and discipline, Name-calling, refusal to salute, marked disdain Insolence, undue familiarity, other rudeness.
Disrespect of Superior Commissioned Officer: [Art. 89 UCMJ] When is victim “superior” to accused? Same armed force? Must be superior...
technology. Younger subjects seemed to grasp the concept of what they were expected to do more quickly. Second, in this case, familiarity did not breed contempt, but it did breed faster reaction times. As subjects became more comfortable with the application they were using, their response times decreased...
constantly show them whose boss, but it does mean that they should never doubt that YOU as the teacher are the person in driving seat. The phrase familiarity breeds contempt comes into play here. Even if you are the sort of teacher who likes to become friendly with the students and gain respect through being amiable...
Travis`s little “Episode” is what he was gonna teach the class about, and its says that the board says real big, “ Lake Erie in the fog: Familiarity Breeds Contempt!” I don’t know exactly what this means but I sure am interested.
I wonder if Elijah and Cooter are...
Education consists mainly of what we have unlearned.
Everything has its limit – iron ore cannot be educated into gold.
Familiarity breeds contempt – and children.
Few things are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example.
He is now rising from affluence to poverty...
just a passing phase.
In the past year, I have unfortunately discovered the truth behind the
cliché that "familiarity breeds contempt." While I don't hold these activities
in contempt (yet), I certainly no longer look forward to movies, pizza, playing
pool, or traveling with quite the same interest...
research and teaching. False
* Applied psychologists do NOT use the principles and theories of psychology. False.
* The old saying, “familiarity breeds contempt” has been supported by research. False...
for their perceived irritating way of conducting business by the forcing of products upon the potential customer. In many cases this appears to breed contempt and often racial stereotyping and dislike.
Furthermore, throughout the year I have not noticed a significant increase or decrease in the level...
spoken of in most books, like how to get people to fall in love with you, or turn your vote into the majority vote. One of the best tips “familiarity breeds contempt” is expressed in the first chapter, where you associate positive feelings with people you are around when you have something to look forward...
interact with each other and the term ‘common culture’ loses its meaning. Positive interactions do cement families together but familiarity is also known to breed contempt.
To preserve and sustain a family one may have to sacrifice one’s own personal needs & views. Individuality and independence tend...
you value and appreciate the other person more when you finally meet. He claims: “I guess it makes some sense when you think about it: if familiarity breeds contempt, then having separate places to retreat to means that you’re more likely to appreciate each other when you do get together” Despite his...
"The Doctor and the Doctor's Wife"
Ernest Hemingway's "The Doctor and the Doctor's Wife" opens with the half-breed, Dick Boulton, and two other Indians coming over from Indian Camp to cut logs for the Doctor, the father of Nick Adams. The logs have been "lost from the big booms...towed by the steamer...
the Department and the public it serves. The practice of courtesy in all public contacts encourages understanding and appreciation; discourtesy breeds contempt and resistance. The majority of the public are law abiding citizens who rightfully expect fair and courteous treatment by members of the Department...
consistent message in marketing, the consumer will become more loyal to the brand. "Although the adage is that familiarity breeds contempt, in the case of brand marketing, familiarity breeds loyalty, and with loyalty comes purchasing preference (epromos.com 2006)."
A consistent marketing message for...
never works. You get consistent, long-term results by continuing your ad over weeks and months.
It may be true that familiarity breeds contempt, but not in marketing. Familiarity develops awareness and confidence in prospects so they buy.
Mistake #4: Marketing fails to tie different media together...
is the potent, omnipresent teacher. For good or for ill, it teaches the whole people by its example. If the government becomes a lawbreaker, it breeds contempt for law”.
From my perspective, it’s a necessary evil! I myself in the past grasped with such issues. The exclusionary rule is supposed to prevent...
supremacy and grace as familiarity breeds contempt. In this case the teaching will become unimpressive and ineffective. The discipline of the class will vanish and there would be clapping, laughter and noise all the time.
Dear Mr. President and respected audience, so much familiarity between the teacher...
of all, except the love be reciproque. For it is a true rule, that love is ever rewarded, either with the reciproque, or with an inward and secret contempt. By how much the more, men ought to beware of this passion, which loseth not only other things, but itself! As for the other losses, the poet's relation...
really in need, you think of creative solutions to your problems.
17. "A penny saved is a penny earned."
Save your money.
18. "Familiarity breeds contempt."
When you're around someone for too long, you get tired of them and annoyed by them.
19. "You can't judge a book by its cover...
negotiate a settlement”
“He [Pompey] spoke as if war was inevitable. There was no hope of settlement”
“Pompey feels only the deepest contempt for him"
“They both want to be kings”
“Caesar tried everything he could to keep the peace, but no offer was acceptable to the...