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Marital conflict and children's adjustment: a cognitive-contextual framework.
Marital problems have been related to numerous indexes of maladjustment in children. Although several parameters of this association have been identified, the process by which exposure toExpand
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Assessing marital conflict from the child's perspective: the children's perception of interparental conflict scale.
Guided by Grych and Fincham's theoretical framework for investigating the relation between interparental conflict and child adjustment, a questionnaire was developed to assess children's views ofExpand
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“Hooking Up” Among College Students: Demographic and Psychosocial Correlates
This study investigated 832 college students’ experiences with hooking up, a term that refers to a range of physically intimate behavior (e.g., passionate kissing, oral sex, and intercourse) thatExpand
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The kiss of the porcupines: From attributing responsibility to forgiving
How to maintain relatedness in the context of being harmed by others, especially an intimate partner, is a fundamental human challenge. Forgiveness provides a way of meeting this challenge as itExpand
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Curiosity and Exploration: Facilitating Positive Subjective Experiences and Personal Growth Opportunities
In an effort to expand research on curiosity, we elaborate on a theoretical model that informs research on the design of a new measure and the nomological network of curiosity. Curiosity wasExpand
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Assessing attributions in marriage: the relationship attribution measure.
A brief, simple measure of different types of attributions for partner behavior was examined in 3 studies of married couples. Reliability was established by high internal consistency and test-retestExpand
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Attributions in marriage: review and critique.
The prevailing behavioral account of marriage must be expanded to include covert processes. This article therefore examines the attributions or explanations that spouses make for marital events. AExpand
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Research on the Nature and Determinants of Marital Satisfaction: A Decade in Review
Scientific study of marital satisfaction attracted widespread attention in the 1990s from scholars representing diverse orientations and goals. This article highlights key conceptual and empiricalExpand
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Forgiveness, forbearance, and time: the temporal unfolding of transgression-related interpersonal motivations.
The investigators proposed that transgression-related interpersonal motivations result from 3 psychological parameters: forbearance (abstinence from avoidance and revenge motivations, and maintenanceExpand
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Self–Forgiveness: The Stepchild of Forgiveness Research
Although research on interpersonal forgiveness is burgeoning, there is little conceptual or empirical scholarship on self–forgiveness. To stimulate research on this topic, a conceptual analysis ofExpand
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