Cooperating with your romantic partner Associations with interpersonal emotion coordination

@inproceedings{Randall2013CooperatingWY,
  title={Cooperating with your romantic partner Associations with interpersonal emotion coordination},
  author={Ashley K. Randall and Jesi H. Post and Rebecca Ginny Reed and Emily A. Butler},
  year={2013}
}
Romantic partners’ emotions become coordinated in various ways and this may have implications for well-being (Butler (2011) Temporal interpersonal emotion systems: The “TIES” that form relationships. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 15, 367–393.). The present study uses a community sample of 44 committed heterosexual couples to examine whether cooperation, a generally beneficial relational process, is associated with emotional coordination and whether the pattern differs when men’s… CONTINUE READING

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