Something's missing: need fulfillment and self-expansion as predictors of susceptibility to infidelity.

@article{Lewandowski2006SomethingsMN,
  title={Something's missing: need fulfillment and self-expansion as predictors of susceptibility to infidelity.},
  author={Gary W. Lewandowski and Robert A. Ackerman},
  journal={The Journal of social psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={146 4},
  pages={389-403}
}
The present authors investigated whether an individual's motivations that are related to need fulfillment and self-expansion within a romantic relationship can predict self-reported susceptibility to infidelity. A sample of 109 college students (50 men, 59 women) who were in dating relationships completed questionnaires that assessed 5 types of variables of need fulfillment (i.e., intimacy, companionship, sex, security, and emotional involvement), 3 types of self-expansion variables (i.e., self… CONTINUE READING
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