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The dyadic interdependence of attachment security and dependency was conceptually replicated across 80 monozygotic and 47 dizygotic older twin pairs, and 214 younger heterosexual couples. Dyad members of each relationship type were similar in security and dependency. A substantial genetic...
In this study, the relational narratives of 10 adolescents were examined with the objective to investigate how qualities of connection with others are related to identity formation in adolescence. Participants were selected to represent a clear preference in a being alone situation to either...
The present investigation examined the degree to which various characteristics are desired in five types of relational partners. Men and women (N = 700) indicated their preferences for several attributes in either a casual sex partner, dating partner, marriage partner, same-sex friend, or...
We summarize our programmatic efforts to make use of several critical processes advanced by social psychological theorists that have direct relevance to the study of marriage. We show how these processes have been useful in our Early Years of Marriage Project, a longitudinal study of marital...
The current study proposes that recipients' aversive reactions to complaints are a function of perceived face threat. One hundred and ninety-nine college students completed a survey asking them to describe in detail a recent complaint they had received from a friend or romantic partner, and to...
The present study investigated predictors of health-related social influence tactic use in close relationships. According to the social ecological perspective, predictors were classified as reflecting characteristics of the agent of social influence, characteristics of the target of social...
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