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    Massar, Karlijn; Buunk, Abraham (Bram) P.; Gruijters, Stefan;
    (2013)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    The positive effects of partner support on pregnancy outcomes and maternal (mental) health are well established in the literature. Less is known about pregnant women’s perceptions of their partner and relationship, and whether these differ from those of nonpregnant wome...
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    Bojan Todosijević; Aleksandra Arančić; Snežana Ljubinković;
    (2009)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    The research reports on results of an initial application of the Love Attitude Scale (Hendrick & Hendrick, 1986) in Serbia. The study was conducted on the sample of 127 respondents, mainly of adolescent age, from Subotica, Serbia. We explored the factor structure of the...
  • Article English OPEN
    Saila Poutiainen;
    (2009)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    Dating, the stage in American romantic relationships, is a popular theme in interpersonal communication research. This article claims that dating is a cultural construct and concept. The claim is supported by two means: (1) by examining the perceptions of relationships,...
  • Article English OPEN
    Agnaldo Garcia;
    (2016)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
  • Article English OPEN
    Agnaldo Garcia;
    (2012)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
  • Article English OPEN
    Jennifer Wieselquist;
    (2007)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    Given the importance of maintaining mutuality in interdependent relationships, the goal of the present research was to determine if interpersonal trust serves as a gauge of partners’ commitment within young adults’ close friendships. It was hypothesized that individuals...
  • Article English OPEN
    Rachita Bisht;
    (2008)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    Based on the assumption that childhood is a social construct, this qualitative study explores how children across ages, are perceived by adults. Using modified grounded theory approach, seven adults, teachers by profession, were informally interviewed over several sessi...
  • Article English OPEN
    Stacy L. Young; Amy M. Bippus; Norah E. Dunbar;
    (2008)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    This investigation uses dyadic power theory (Dunbar, 2004; Dunbar & Burgoon, 2005a; Rollins & Bahr, 1976) to offer competing hypotheses examining the relationship between power and dominance in close relationships. Forty-seven couples engaged in a conversation while bei...
  • Article English OPEN
    Sony Pellissery;
    (2008)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    Abject mass poverty is of the key feature of Indian subcontinent. The relationship question, in this paper, is viewed through the lenses of poverty. Thus, the spatial, political, societal and economic questions come to picture when relationships are examined through the...
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    Lasgaard, Mathias; Elklit, Ask;
    (2009)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    Dominant theoretical approaches in loneliness research emphasize the value of personality characteristics in explaining loneliness. The present study examines whether dysfunctional social strategies and attributions in lonely adolescents can be explained by personality ...
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