General partner and relational uncertainty as consequences of another person's jealousy expression

@article{Bevan2004GeneralPA,
  title={General partner and relational uncertainty as consequences of another person's jealousy expression},
  author={Jennifer L. Bevan},
  journal={Western Journal of Communication},
  year={2004},
  volume={68},
  pages={195 - 218}
}
  • J. Bevan
  • Published 22 March 2004
  • Psychology
  • Western Journal of Communication
Because a relationship between jealousy expression and the experience of uncertainty has been consistently demonstrated, the current project proposes that general partner and relational uncertainty arise in one individual as a reaction to jealousy expression from that individual's partner. Specifically, the amount of uncertainty present after another person expresses jealousy is predicted to differ according to relational type and the way in which the jealousy is expressed. Hypothetical… 
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