Avoidance and Attacking Conflict‐Resolution Strategies Among Married Couples: Relations to Depressive Symptoms and Marital Satisfaction*

@inproceedings{Marchand2000AvoidanceAA,
  title={Avoidance and Attacking Conflict‐Resolution Strategies Among Married Couples: Relations to Depressive Symptoms and Marital Satisfaction*},
  author={Jennifer F. Marchand and Ellen D. Hock},
  year={2000}
}
Avoidance and Attacking Conflict-Resolution Strategies Among Married Couples: Relations to Depressive Symptoms and Marital Satisfaction* This study examined the relation of depressive symptoms and marital satisfac(tion to conflict-resolution strategies (avoidance and attacking) in a sample of 40 married couples. Using hierarchical regression analyses, models were tested wherein avoidance and attacking scores were regressed on husbands' and wives` depressive symptoms and marital satisfaction… CONTINUE READING

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