journalofsocialandpersonalrelationships


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Peter M Vernig, PhD 22/09/2017 11:05
We Grow Older Together, But Lonely bit.ly/2xkQwIj   #ResearchSpotlight #journalofsocialandpersonalrelationships
Do Neurotics Understand Love Better? Fri, 19 Jan 2018 04:49:00 GMT
Feel a little mushy? That’s because these are moments that make people feel most loved, according to a study published in November in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. And it turns out that people associated more with negativity and ...
Peter M Vernig, PhD 08/09/2017 10:25
The Relationship is a Changin’: The Benefits Achieved… bit.ly/2gQFtjB   #ResearchSpotlight #journalofsocialandpersonalrelationships

But here in America, we don’t see it as loving.” The study’s results, published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, highlight more than just how the average American exhibits and experiences feelings of love; it can give valuable ...
Peter M Vernig, PhD 13/09/2016 11:36
Single and (Not?) Lonely: How Socially Connected… bit.ly/2cLBi27   #ResearchSpotlight #journalofsocialandpersonalrelationships #jspr
Stock up the fridge with the poison of your choice and enjoy an intimate meal. A study by the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships published in 2016 says that holding on to romantic beliefs is linked with higher levels of satisfaction in relationships.
Peter M Vernig, PhD 15/09/2015 10:15
Helping Me Grow Is Good For Us bit.ly/1is2Qvw   #ResearchSpotlight #journalofsocialandpersonalrelationships
Researchers writing in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships tasked 34 pairs of strangers with having a 10-minute conversation about an interesting event that had happened to them recently. Each pair sat in private booths, and half had a mobile ...
Peter M Vernig, PhD 11/03/2015 05:02
Self-Expansion: A Key for Lasting Love? bit.ly/1GDy5wD   #ResearchSpotlight #journalofsocialandpersonalrelationships #love
Unlocking the Power of Prayer Mon, 08 Jan 2018 06:55:00 GMT
For example, when praying for a partner, participants in a study published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships reported greater “satisfaction with sacrifice” (feeling OK about putting their partner’s needs before their own).
Peggy Drexler 16/11/2013 11:03
A study #JournalofSocialandPersonalRelationships found that both men and #women judge #promiscuous women http://www. thedailybeast.com/witw/articles/ 2013/11/15/does-hookup-culture-hurt-women.html   … … … … … … …
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