Development of the Husband-wife Relationship: A Research Report

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Department of Child Development and Family Relationships, Cornell University, 1964 - Communication in marriage - 318 pages
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Contents

Overall Research Strategy
7
Sample
10
Characteristic Patterns of the HusbandWife relationship
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05 level 09 is significant 11 is significant affect after discussions affect after impersonal affect after values affect toward spouse affective spousal aggressive areas Beta blue collar bottom quartile cathexis Catholics childless Component Rank conflict 13 conflict situation Conventional discussions conventional topics couples cultural topics cycle decisions by wife Discussions about children Discussions about parents dyad factor analysis factors familistic family of orientation family of procreation feel closer financial security frequency frequency decisions frequency of discussion gay times together home repairs house topics husband and wife impersonal impersonal discussions impersonal topics importance of marital Impunitive Impunitive mode Impunitive response independent child stages independent children indicate individualistic values Initiation interpersonal Interpersonal aggressive Jewish less level of marital level of satisfaction marital conflict 11 Marital conversation marital interaction marital partner Marital Principal Components marital relationship marital satisfaction marital stages marital stress marital values marital variables Masculine non-social mean Means for Statistically mode of resolving mode of response money management narcissism Narcissistic response negative non-conjugal values non-emotional nurturant values objective topics oldest child Overall decision Overall importance Overall positive Overall satisfaction Overall topic discussions personal values Positive affect toward preschool Principal Components principal components analysis regression analysis religion religious resolving marital conflict response to conflict response to marital romanticized sample sample size satis Satisfaction with independent satisfaction with marital school age self-critical sex differences sexual Significant Principal Components size of 852 social class Social decisions spousal values Spouse expressive Spouse expressive response Spouse punitive stages of marriage Statistically Significant Correlations Statistically Significant Principal striving values Suppressive Syracuse Table talking tend Top or Bottom values discussions values more important values topics verbal communication white collar wife's wives

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