Social exchange theory is a theory of romantic relationships that proposes that individuals initiate and maintain relationships that minimise costs (e.g. effort, time, financial investment) and maximise rewards (e.g. companionship, sex, being cared for). According to social exchange theory, humans are self-centered and not concerned with equality.

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