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Family structural and process variables in emerging adults' romantic relationship quality
Prior research has indicated that family experiences, including parental divorce, interparental conflict, and the parent-child relationship, play an important role in adult children’s romantic relationships (e.g., Wallerstein ...
Shaping adolescent heterosexual romantic experiences : contributions of same- and other-sex friendships
Contributing through the skills and capacities that they foster as well as through the quality of them, friendships have been identified as a powerful source of influence on adolescents’ romantic experiences. Unlike same-sex ...
When a relationship ends: The role of attachment in romantic relationship loss
Loss is an inevitable part of the human experience. How each individual reacts to loss may be affected by various factors (e.g. an individual’s attachment style). The current studies focused on how individuals respond to ...