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Relational Turbulence Theory: Explaining Variation in Subjective Experiences and Communication Within Romantic Relationships
This essay extends the relational turbulence model as a framework for understanding communication in romantic relationships. Following the relational turbulence model, relational turbulence theoryExpand
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The Effect of Under- and Over-Benefited Support Gaps on Hurt Feelings, Esteem, and Relationships
Although the supportive communication people receive from others during stressful times can be helpful, it can also result in negative outcomes. One explanation for these different effects might beExpand
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Emotions, communicative responses, and relational consequences of boundary turbulence
Guided by communication privacy management theory and appraisal theories of emotion this study examined how emotions (hurt, anger, and fear) and communicative responses (approach and withdrawalExpand
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Appraisals and Distancing Responses to Hurtful Messages
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The goal of this article is to clarify the conditions under which intensity of hurt influences how much people distance themselves from hurtful friends or dating partners. Expand
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The Effect of Relationship Characteristics and Relational Communication on Experiences of Hurt From Romantic Partners
This study expands the relational turbulence model (RTM; Solomon & Knobloch,) by theorizing about how characteristics of relationships and relational judgments influence people's experiences ofExpand
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Explaining Variation in Contemporaneous Responses to Hurt in Premarital Romantic Relationships: A Relational Turbulence Model Perspective
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The authors use the relational turbulence model to derive hypotheses linking characteristics of relationships and reactions to hypothetical hurtful messages from a romantic relationship partner. Expand
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Relational Communication and Understanding in Conversations about Hurtful Events Between Parents and Adolescents
This article examines how the severity of a hurtful event and discrepancies in perceptions of relational communication affect perceived understanding and empathic accuracy (EA) in parent–adolescentExpand
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Privacy Recalibration in Personal Relationships: Rule Usage Before and After an Incident of Privacy Turbulence
Although privacy violations can be uncomfortable and disruptive, they have the potential for positive outcomes in relationships if addressed. Using Communication Privacy Management theory as aExpand
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Appraisal and Distancing Responses to Hurtful Messages II: A Diary Study of Dating Partners and Friends
The purpose of this study was to examine how the perceived intentionality of hurtful messages influences the extent to which people distance themselves from hurtful friends or dating partners byExpand
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