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Peter M Vernig, PhD 22/09/2017 11:05
We Grow Older Together, But Lonely bit.ly/2xkQwIj   #ResearchSpotlight #journalofsocialandpersonalrelationships
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Research published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships said couples who spent more time consuming media with their loved ones felt closer and were more satisfied with their relationships, Men’s Health reported.
Peter M Vernig, PhD 08/09/2017 10:25
The Relationship is a Changin’: The Benefits Achieved… bit.ly/2gQFtjB   #ResearchSpotlight #journalofsocialandpersonalrelationships

Communication is key in all relationships, especially romantic ones. In a 2015 study of newlywed couples published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, researchers found that wives who perceived their husbands to be habitually suppressing ...
Peter M Vernig, PhD 13/09/2016 11:36
Single and (Not?) Lonely: How Socially Connected… bit.ly/2cLBi27   #ResearchSpotlight #journalofsocialandpersonalrelationships #jspr
We Grow Older Together, But Lonely Thu, 21 Sep 2017 22:26:00 GMT
Stokes, J. E., (2017). Marital quality and loneliness in later life: A dyadic analysis of older married couples in Ireland. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 34, 114-135.
Peter M Vernig, PhD 15/09/2015 10:15
Helping Me Grow Is Good For Us bit.ly/1is2Qvw   #ResearchSpotlight #journalofsocialandpersonalrelationships
Couples who watch TV shows and films together will experience a deeper connection through their shared immersion in fictional worlds, the study published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships reveals. The benefits of sharing media were ...
Peter M Vernig, PhD 11/03/2015 05:02
Self-Expansion: A Key for Lasting Love? bit.ly/1GDy5wD   #ResearchSpotlight #journalofsocialandpersonalrelationships #love
In their study, published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, the researchers, led by Dr Tila Pronk, wrote: 'Having a high level of self-control is a desirable attribute: It helps one to prosper in almost all domains in life, including ...
Peggy Drexler 16/11/2013 11:03
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