Laura Sels

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Emotional interdependence-here defined as partners' emotions being linked to each other across time-is often considered a key characteristic of healthy romantic relationships. But is this actually the case? We conducted an experience-sampling study with 50 couples indicating their feelings 10 times a day for 7 days and modeled emotional interdependence for(More)
Romantic partners can modulate each other's emotions in many ways, resulting in interwoven emotional lives. Here, building on findings from basic psychological research, we propose a novel way of such interconnectedness, termed partner-expected affect, in which perceptions of a partner's feelings may positively predict how this partner will actually feel at(More)
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