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Version Date Change Details
1.1 October 3, 2014 Book added to the BC Open Textbook Collection
1.2 January 25, 2017 Reformatted Table 7.1. (Chapter 7 – Close Relationships: Liking and Loving over the Long Term) The table had been formatted incorrectly to make the information misleading.
1.3 February 3, 2017 Factual error fixed in the second paragraph before Table 7.1. (Chapter 7 – Close Relationships: Liking and Loving over the Long Term) Error: People with anxious/ambivalent attachment styles feel good about themselves (the goal of self-concern is being met), but they do not have particularly good relations with others. People with avoidant attachment styles are primarily other-concerned.

Correction: People with avoidant attachment styles feel good about themselves (the goal of self-concern is being met), but they do not have particularly good relations with others. People with anxious/ambivalent attachment styles are primarily other-concerned.

 

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