Adolescents’ Daily Romantic Experiences and Negative Mood: A Dyadic, Intensive Longitudinal Study

@article{Rogers2018AdolescentsDR,
  title={Adolescents’ Daily Romantic Experiences and Negative Mood: A Dyadic, Intensive Longitudinal Study},
  author={Adam A. Rogers and Thao Ha and Kimberly A. Updegraff and Masumi Iida},
  journal={Journal of Youth and Adolescence},
  year={2018},
  volume={47},
  pages={1517-1530}
}
Romantic relationships, although increasingly normative during adolescence, also present unique developmental challenges that can portend psychological difficulties. Underlying these difficulties may be the degree to which daily romantic transactions potentiate fluctuations in negative mood. The present study examined associations between adolescents’ daily romantic relationship experiences and their same-day negative affective states (i.e., fluctuations in high-arousal, aversive mood). Using a… 
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