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comparison level n.

comparison level n.

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In the interdependence theory of the US social psychologists Harold H. Kelley (1921–2003) and John W(alter) Thibaut (1917–86), the quantity of reward or positive outcomes expected by a person on the basis of previous interactions and relationships, outcomes above the comparison level being gratifying and those below it frustrating or disappointing. Comparison level for alternatives is the reward that an individual could realize in the best currently available alternative relationship. CL abbrev.

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