If they find that they are compatible, they move on to the next stage.
Finally, in the role stage, the partners work on their marital roles and their expectations.
If you say that someone has a selective memory, you disapprove of the fact that they remember certain facts about something and deliberately forget others, often because it is convenient for them to do so.
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1.2 Theories of Mate Selection A number of researchers have proposed various theories explaining the factors hat influence mate selection.
Man is social by nature and cannot live in isolation.
The classic example of this theory can be a dominant man who marries a submissive woman.
Kerckhoff & Davis's (1962) Filter Theory adds social and cultural homogamy and value consensus to Winch's idea of need complement and gratification.
Murstein's (1970) Stimulus-Value-Role Theory emphasizes free choice in selecting a mate.
Everyone, according to this SVR theory, has both open and close fields of eligible from which to choose.