Affection Exchange Theory

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      KORY FLOYD: Affection Exchange Theoryis an answer to the question, whyare human beings affectionate?Why is that something that we do?Because we are.We have important relationships in our lives.We communicate affectionately in those relationships.And I don't think that's a fluke.I don't think that's an accident.My idea in Affection Exchange Theory

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      KORY FLOYD [continued]: is that the tendency to communicate affectionatelyis something that evolved in the human speciesbecause it helps us to form important bonds,important social bonds in our lives.And to maintain those relationships,which is something that human beings as a very social speciesneed to do.So affection as a behavior is a key component

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      KORY FLOYD [continued]: to forming, maintaining, and keepingsatisfying relationships in our lives, whichis really essential for humans to do.[MUSIC PLAYING]

Affection Exchange Theory

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Kory Floyd describes affection exchange theory as the idea that affection is key to forming and maintaining interpersonal relationships.

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Affection Exchange Theory

Kory Floyd describes affection exchange theory as the idea that affection is key to forming and maintaining interpersonal relationships.

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