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An Atlas of Interpersonal Situations
Foreword Part I. Introduction and Theory: 1. Interpersonal situations: the context of social behavior 2. Outcome interdependence 3. Interaction conditions and person factors 4. Exploring theExpand
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Behavioral activation and inhibition in everyday life.
Joint effects of daily events and dispositional sensitivities to cues of reward and punishment on daily positive affect (PA) and negative affect (NA) were examined in 3 diary studies. Study 1 showedExpand
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Are you happy for me? How sharing positive events with others provides personal and interpersonal benefits.
Sharing good news with others is one way that people can savor those experiences while building personal and interpersonal resources. Although prior research has established the benefits of thisExpand
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Online Dating
Online dating sites frequently claim that they have fundamentally altered the dating landscape for the better. This article employs psychological science to examine (a) whether online dating isExpand
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Reinvigorating the Concept of Situation in Social Psychology
  • H. Reis
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Personality and social psychology review : an…
  • 10 June 2008
The concept of situation has a long and venerable history in social psychology. The author argues that recent approaches to the concept of situation have confused certain important elements. Herein,Expand
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When sex is more than just sex: attachment orientations, sexual experience, and relationship quality.
The authors explored the contribution of individual differences in attachment orientations to the experience of sexual intercourse and its association with relationship quality. In Study 1, 500Expand
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Good News! Capitalizing on Positive Events in an Interpersonal Context
Abstract Good things happen. In fact, positive events occur more often than negative events. In this chapter, we review research showing that people often turn to others to share their good news, aExpand
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Attraction and close relationships.
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