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    Mariane Lima de Souza;
    (2013)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
  • Article English OPEN
    Tiago Carlos Zortea; Rosana Suemi Tokumaru;
    (2010)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    This study examined associations between family income, family structure and relationship quality among members of Brazilian families. Participants (n = 77) were mothers with at least one child within the age of zero to nine years-old living in two adjacent cities in th...
  • Article English OPEN
    Bergnéhr, Disa;
    (2009)
    Publisher: Brazilian Association for Interpersonal Relationship Research
    There is a general trend of postponing entry into parenthood in Europe, Scandinavia being no exception. Previous research has suggested a range of reasons for this pattern to emerge, but comparatively little attention has been given the possible impact of the social net...
  • Article English OPEN
    Dijkstra, Pieternel; Barelds, Dick P.H.;
    (2010)
    The present study aimed to test predictions based on both the ‗similarity-attraction‘ hypothesis and the ‗attraction-similarity‘ hypothesis, by studying perceptions of ideal and former partners. Based on the ‗similarity-attraction‘ hypothesis, we expected individuals to...
  • Article English OPEN
    Konstantinos Kafetsios;
    (2007)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    The importance of social support for psychological well-being has been aptly highlighted in epidemiological and psychological research. However, it is not clear from the existing research whether gender differences in structural (relationship status, network size, frequ...
  • Article English OPEN
    Elizeu Borloti; Ana Carolina Marins Bezerra; Rafael Rubens de Queiroz Balbi Neto;
    (2010)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    Women are more vulnerable to the stress, and part of the stress situation comes from relationships. It has as participants 12 women in Behavior Therapy (BT). The objective was to describe the rules that govern those women's behavior when they stay a situation-problemdai...
  • Article English OPEN
    Irena Dzwonkowska;
    (2007)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    The following article comprises a presentation of research carried out on a group of 268 adults. The survey aimed at finding answers to questions posed about the meditative role played by social constraints in the relationship between shyness and certain aspects of emot...
  • Article English OPEN
    Anjali Ghosh;
    (2008)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    People in close relationships foster the development of shared memory schemas of each other. Their constellation of thoughts, feelings and actions shape their cognition, expression and experience of emotions. This shared mental model between the couples may lead to subj...
  • Article English OPEN
    Adriana Raquel Binsfeld; Carolina Saraiva de Macedo Lisboa;
    (2010)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    The present study investigated the bullying process in Brazilian schools. 182 children (m age = 9,99 years; sd = 1,15) from Public and Private schools from South Brazil answered measures of victimization, aggression, depression and anxiety. Results showed no differenceb...
  • Article English OPEN
    Katherine Aumer-Ryan;
    (2007)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    Throughout history artists, poets, and writers have been interested in the nature of hate. Scientists from a variety of disciplines have also attempted to unravel its mysteries. Yet in spite of abundant theorizing and research, most modern scholars still complain that l...
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