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Real Social Dynamics Wiki - Attraction

Attraction

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Attraction is a positive emotional response people have to value, and because of the emotional response they feel around value, they tend to want more from that person and thus become attracted.

And because value is different for every person and is mostly dependent of the very situation in which it's being measured, value can not be put into a simple equation that would attract each and every one.

It can be argued that value primarily consists of qualities that enhance chances of replication and survival but pragmatically value can be different from culture to culture and from person to person.

In social interactions the following can be a sign of value:

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[edit] Social proof

Social proof is a direct implication of acceptance from other people and is thus a sign of value.

List:

- having girls attracted to you
- having a group of people reacting to you
- having a high value person reacting to you

[edit] High value behaviours

High value behaviours mostly sub-communicate acceptance from other people and are therefore a sign of value. But aside from that, they can even sub-communicate external physical attributes, for example the possession of money.

List:

- indifference to social pressure
- obvious behavioural patterns (eg: being comfortable sitting, having strong vocal projection)
- subtle behavioural patterns (eg: blinking rates in different emotionally challenging situations)

[edit] External physical attributes

Are highly dependant of the culture and can sometimes be easily faked and are because of that less "genuine" than other means of communicating value.

List:

- grooming
- physical appearance
- money
- possessions (cars, designer clothes, expensive accessories)

[edit] Competencies

(description needed)

List:

- having access to hot clubs
- skills (playing an instrument, being good in sports)

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