Relational satisfaction and jealousy across marital types

@inproceedings{Guerrero1992RelationalSA,
  title={Relational satisfaction and jealousy across marital types},
  author={Laura K. Guerrero and Sylvie V. Eloy},
  year={1992}
}
This study investigated the effects of an individual's marital type (Traditional, Independent, Separate) on marital satisfaction and jealousy. Three significant findings emerged. First, Traditionals were found to be more satisfied with their marriages than Independents or Separates. Second, marital satisfaction was found to be negatively correlated with cognitive jealousy (r= ‐.64), behavioral jealousy (r = ‐.43) and emotional jealousy (r = ‐.31). Finally, Independents reported significantly… CONTINUE READING

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