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Second, partners may engage in preemptive selection (selective instigation), wherein they enact specific behaviors that elicit (or inhibit) certain preferences, motives, and behaviors on the part of the self. For example, in a situation wherein Jerry might normally behave in an acquisitive and self-centered manner, Dorothy displays his “ideal self” memo, thereby introducing a signal that instigates Jerry’s caregiving behavior. And third, partners may engage in situation selection (manipulation of interdependence situations), wherein they create situations in which certain of the self’s preferences, motives, and behaviors become more probable (or less probable).
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