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The Development of Family Competence
Selected Theoretical Issues
A Selective Review
Hypotheses Design and Methods
Correlates of Marital Competence
Stability and Change in Marital Structure
Incorporation of the Child into the Family with Margaret Tresch
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Page xi - Closeness is measured by the extent to which the spouses share interests, activities, friends, basic values, and pleasure in their sexual activities. Commitment is understood as the degree to which the marital relationship is experienced by both spouses as their primary affective relationship.