Romantic Jealousy and Romantic Envy

  title={Romantic Jealousy and Romantic Envy},
  author={Ralph B. Hupka and Bram P. Buunk and G{\'a}bor Falus and Ante Fulgosi and E Lopez Ortega and Ronny Swain and Nadia V. Tarabrina},
  journal={Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology},
  pages={423 - 446}
Factor analyses and Procrustes rotations of the responses of 1194 female and 877 male university students in seven countries to a 69-item Likert-type questionnaire revealed cross-cultural commonalities and differences for romantic jealousy and romantic envy. However, when mean ratings of the questionnaire items were categorized as indicating agreement or disagreement with the items, the evidence for cross-cultural invariance of jealousy and envy was less impressive. The stronger cross-cultural… 
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