The green eyed monster in the bottle: Relationship contingent self-esteem, romantic jealousy, and alcohol-related problems.

@article{DiBello2015TheGE,
  title={The green eyed monster in the bottle: Relationship contingent self-esteem, romantic jealousy, and alcohol-related problems.},
  author={Angelo M DiBello and L. Rodriguez and Benjamin W Hadden and C. Neighbors},
  journal={Addictive behaviors},
  year={2015},
  volume={49},
  pages={
          52-8
        }
}
Previous research suggests that both jealousy and relationship contingent self-esteem (RCSE) are related to alcohol use and alcohol-related problems. No work, however, has examined these two constructs together as they relate to motives for alcohol use and alcohol-related problems. The current study aims to build upon emerging literature examining different types of jealousy (i.e., emotional, cognitive, and behavioral), relationship quality (i.e., satisfaction, commitment, closeness), RCSE, and… Expand
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