Gelareh Karimiha

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Although research has consistently demonstrated an association between depression and negative marital interactions, it remains unclear whether marital behaviors are specifically associated with depression, above and beyond the effects of a troubled marital relationship. Past research investigating this question has produced inconsistent results. In the(More)
OBJECTIVE The purpose of the present study was to investigate the differential roles of depression and anxiety in intimate relationship satisfaction, both cross-sectionally and longitudinally. METHOD The cross-sectional sample comprised 70 couples, of which 48 couples also participated at follow-up. All couples completed measures of relationship(More)
Research examining the social skills of currently and remitted depressed individuals has yielded inconsistent results. The current study aimed to clarify some of this research by comparing the responses of 58 female partners (10 currently depressed, 23 formerly depressed, and 25 never depressed) to hypothetical marital conflict vignettes. Male partners were(More)
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