Attitudes Toward Love

Attitudes Toward Love
Knox‚ & Sporakowski‚ 1968‚ 1970
نگرش به عشق
1.    When you are really in love‚ you just aren’t interested in anyone else.
2.    Love doesn’t make sense. It just is.
3.    When you fall head-over-heels-in-love‚ it’s sure to be the real thing.
4.    Love isn’t anything you can really study; it is too highly emotional to be subject to scientific observation.
5.    To be in love with someone without marriage is a tragedy. [To be in love with someone you would like to marry‚ but can’t‚ is a tragedy.]
6.    When love hits you‚ you know it.
7.    Common interests are really unimportant; as long as each of you is truly in love‚ you will adjust.
8.    It doesn’t matter if you marry after you have known your partner for only a short time as long as you know you are in love.
9.    As long as two people love each other‚ the religious differences they have really do not matter.
10.You can love someone even though you don’t like any of that person’s friends.
11.When you are in love‚ you are usually in a daze.
12.Love at first sight is often the deepest and most enduring type of love.
13.Usually there are only one or two people in the world whom you could really love and could really be happy with.
14.Regardless of other factors‚ if you truly love another person‚ that is enough to marry that person.
15.It is necessary to be in love with the one you marry to be happy.
16.When you are separated from the love partner‚ the rest of the world seems dull and unsatisfying.
17.Parents should not advise their children whom to date; they have forgotten what it is like to be in love.
18.Love is regarded as a primary motive for marriage‚ which is good.
19.When you love a person‚ you think of marrying that person.
20.Somewhere there is an ideal mate for most people. The problem is just finding that one.
21.Jealousy usually varies directly with love; that is‚ the more in love you are‚ the greater the tendency for you to become jealous.
22.Love is best described as an exciting thing rather than a calm thing.
23.There are probably only a few people that any one person can fall in love with.
24.When you are in love‚ your judgment is usually not too clear.
25.Love comes but once in a lifetime.
26.You can’t make yourself love someone; it just comes or it doesn’t.
27.Differences in social class and religion are of small importance in se‎lecting a marriage partner as compared with love.
28.Day dreaming usually comes along with being in love.
29.When you are in love‚ you don’t have to ask yourself a bunch of questions about love‚; you will just know that you are in love.
نسخه 30 گویه ای
1.    Love doesn’t make sense. It just is.
2.    When you fall head over heels in love‚ it’s sure to be the real thing.
3.    To be in love with someone you would like to marry‚ but can’t‚ is a tragedy.
4.    When love hits‚ you know it.
5.    Common interests are really unimportant; as long as each of you is truly in love‚ you will adjust.
6.    It doesn’t matter if you marry after you have known your partner for only a short time as long as you know you are in love.
7.    If you are going to love a person‚ you will know after a short time.
8.    As long as two people love each other‚ the educational differences they have really do not matter.
9.    You can love someone even though you do not like any of that person’s friends.
10.When you are in love‚ you are usually in a daze.
11.Love at first sight is often the deepest and most enduring type of love.
12.When you are in love‚ it really does not matter what your partner does because you will love him or her anyway.
13.As long as you really love a person‚ you will be able to solve the problems you have with the person.
14.Usually you can really love and be happy with only one or two people in the world.
15.Regardless of other factors‚ if you truly love another person‚ that is a good enough reason to marry that person.
16.It is necessary to be in love with the one you marry to be happy.
17.Love is more of a feeling than a relationship.
18.People should not get married unless they are in love.
19.Most people truly love only once during their lives.
20.Somewhere there is an ideal mate for most people.
21.In most cases‚ you will know it when you meet the right partner.
22.Jealousy usually varies directly with love; that is‚ the more you are in love‚ the greater your tendency to become jealous.
23.When you are in love‚ you are motivated by what you feel rather than by what you think.
24.Love is best described as an exciting rather than a calm thing.
25.Most divorces probably result from falling out of love rather than failing to adjust.
26.When you are in love‚ your judgment is usually not too clear.
27.Love often comes only once in a lifetime.
28.Love is often a violent and uncontrollable emotion.
29.When se‎lecting a marriage partner‚ differences in social class and religion are of small importance compared with love.
30.No matter what anyone says‚ love cannot be understood.
شرح سایت روان سنجی: زیربنای ابزار، بر این پرسش استوار است که آیا نگرش مردم با افزایش سن آنان تغییر می کند؟ "ناکس 1970" میان عشق رمانتیک و واقع بینانه تمیز قائل می شود. او می گوید برخی اعتقاد دارند گه عشق رمانتیک مرموز و ابدی است و تنها یک بار در زندگی رخ می دهد. عشق واقعی عملی، آرام و پایدار است.
اعتبار: باز آزمایی پس از یک هفته 0.78
نمره گذاری
1 = Strongly agree (definitely yes)‚ 2 = Mildly agree (I believe so)‚ 3 = Undecided (not sure)‚ 4 = Mildly disagree (probably not)‚ 5 = Strongly disagree (definitely not)
Scoring: Add the numbers you circled. 1 (strongly agree) is the most romantic response and 5 (strongly disagree) is the most realistic response. The lower your total score (30 is the lowest possible score)‚ the more romantic your attitudes toward love. The higher your total score (150 is the highest possible score)‚ the more realistic your attitudes toward love. A score of 90 places you at the midpoint between being an extreme romantic and an extreme realist.
چگونگی دستیابی
This instrument can be found at: Healthy Marriages Compendium‚ Part 2
منبع برای آگاهی بیشتر
Knox‚ D. H.‚ & Sporakowski‚ M. J. (1968). Attitudes of college students toward love. Journal of Marriage and the Family‚ 30(4)‚ 638-642.
Knox ‚ D. (1970). Conceptions of love at three developmental levels. The Family Coordinator‚ 11(2)‚ 151-157.
Knox ‚ D. (1970). Conceptions of love by married college students. College Students Sur vey ‚ 1970‚ 4(1)‚ 28- 30.
Knox‚ D. H.‚ & Sporakowski‚ M. J. (1975). Attitudes toward Love: A Reexamination.  Journal of Marriage and Family‚ 37(4)‚ Special Section: Macrosociology of the Family‚ 764-767
Munro‚ Brenda Elizabeth. (1976). Attitudes Toward Love: A Developmental Investigation.  ma‎ster of Science Dissertations. Paper 2347. http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/etd/2347
   
خرداد 1396
اسفند 1395
آبان 1395
فروردین 1394
خرداد 1393
فروردین 1393
اسفند 1392
بهمن 1392
دی 1390
آذر 1390
تیر 1390
خرداد 1390
اردیبهشت 1390
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دی 1389
اردیبهشت 1389
دی 1388
آبان 1388
شهریور 1388
مرداد 1388
تیر 1388
خرداد 1388
   

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