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    Rivka Shtatfeld; Azy Barak;
    (2009)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    The purpose of this study was to identify factors that influence dating-site users to initiate contact with potential romantic partners. The study was carried out by observing online behaviors and analyzing the profiles and authentic messages of these users (N = 106) ov...
  • Article English OPEN
    Lisa M. Steffek; Timothy J. Loving;
    (2009)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    Historically, individuals in search of a romantic partner have expanded their pool of alternatives by meeting others through their personal social networks. In the last few decades, however, a growing singles population, coupled with advances in technology, has promoted...
  • Article English OPEN
    Dutton, William H.; Helsper, Ellen J.; Whitty, Monica T.; Li, Nai; Buckwalter, J. Galen; Lee, Erina;
    (2009)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    This study explores the role of the Internet in reconfiguring marriages, introducing couples that meet in person and later marry, through a set of online surveys of married couples in Britain, Australia, and Spain. The study found that a sizeable proportion of online ma...
  • Article English OPEN
    Camilla Hakelind; Kerstin Armelius;
    (2007)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    The principle of complementarity in interpersonal theory and the SASB model (Structural Analysis of Social Behavior) as developed by Benjamin (1974) were used to study how adolescents in a normal group of 60 adolescents and a group of 42 adolescents with severe behaviou...
  • Article English OPEN
    Lars-Gunnar Lundh; Margit Wångby-Lundh; Jenny Ulander;
    (2009)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    Previous research has shown that a less positive emotional tone in adolescents’ relationships to parents, but not in their relationships to peers, predicts more of behaviour problems and substance use. The purpose of the present study was to replicate these findings, an...
  • Article English OPEN
    Elaine Hatfield; Katherine Aumer-Ryan; Rosemary Frey;
    (2007)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    In order to better understand culture’s role between perceived equity in one’s romantic relationship and relationship satisfaction, we sampled two groups from different cultural backgrounds and attempted to answer the question of whether culture would impact the relatio...
  • Article English OPEN
    Duvvuru Jamuna; Jyotsna M. Kalavar;
    (2008)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    Never before have there been so many old people in India. According the 2001 Census of India data, the projected figure for 2031 is 179 million seniors. Dual-career families, changing values, and nuclear family dynamics have altered the social landscape of India. An eme...
  • Article English OPEN
    Mary Utne O’Brien; Jane Traupmann Pillemer; Elaine Hatfield; Yen-Chi L. Le;
    (2008)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    Most theorists assume that the passage of time will have a very different impact on passionate versus companionate love. Passionate love is said to decline fairly quickly, while companionate love is thought to remain fairly stable (or actually increase) over time.This h...
  • Article English OPEN
    Guy Bachman; Timothy Levine; Theodore Singelis; Elaine Hatfield; Keiko Muto; Patricia Choo;
    (2007)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    Researchers have proposed that people possess different love schemas and that these schemas may shape romantic preferences and reactions to impending commitments.In Study 1, we tested two hypotheses: Hypothesis 1: Men and women will prefer potential dates who possess an...
  • Article English OPEN
    Cheryl C. Woolley; Dave Clarke; Karin du Plessis;
    (2007)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    Attachment theory focuses on the cognitive models that underlie our interactions with attachment figures. Global or generalized mental models are thought to develop on the basis of attachment models with parents and might form the initial basis of internal working model...
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