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The dynamics of ending a romantic relationship: An empirical assessment of grief in college students.
Two sides to the breakup of dating relationships.
Very few studies on the aftermath of relationship breakups have included data from both ex-partners. The major purpose of this study was to examine whether there is any validity to the principle that…
Positive Aspects of Critical Life Problems: Recollections of Grief
Fifty-two adults were interviewed about their bereavement, with specific focus on the ways in which the experience led to positive psychological changes in their lives. Most respondents described…
The effects of self-beliefs and relationship beliefs on adjustment to a relationship stressor
A longitudinal study of college students involved in long-distance romantic relationships was conducted to examine the associations of positive self-beliefs and positive relationship beliefs to…
COLLEGE STUDENT RECOVERY FROM A BROKEN HEART
- Education, Psychology
Four-hundred and ten undergraduates at a large southeastern university completed a confidential survey about their recovery from a love relationship that ended. Most reported medium difficulty with…
Making sense of the meaning literature: an integrative review of meaning making and its effects on adjustment to stressful life events.
- BusinessPsychological bulletin
An integrated model of meaning making is presented, which distinguishes between the constructs of global and situational meaning and between "meaning-making efforts" and "meaning made," and it elaborates subconstructs within these constructs.
Multivariate research: design and Interpretation
- Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications,
Correlates of distress following heterosexual
Personality and health: Testing the sense of coherence model