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LITERATURE REVIEW AND HYPOTHESES
METHODOLOGY AND MEASUREMENTS
RESULTS TESTS OF HYPOTHESES
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absolute contributions access to alternatives Adams formula affect Assessing beta coefficient companionate love curvilinear trend dating couples dating relationship difference between males disclosed equitably treated women equity score equity theory Equity/Inequity exchange theory F quadratic fall in love greater power happy he/she his/her partner husband hypothesis including t-tests measuring inequitable relationships inequitably treated males inputs and outcomes interpersonal relationships intimate relationship less linear love scale males and females marriage married couples means between males means were underbenefited negative correlation overbenefited women participants partner is getting passionate love perceive him/herself perception person physical attractiveness positive correlation power the individual power they perceived predicted psychological resources contributed resources exchanged respondents restore equity romantic love romanticism same-sex friend sample sex difference sex-role attitudes significant F Social Exchange Theory Social Psychology t-tests measuring differences Table topic areas total Mood index total self-disclosure score underbenefited women UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON Utne Walster formula