Journal of Social and Personal Relationships

Psychology & Psychiatry

Study: Parental conflict can do lasting damage to kids

It stands to reason that parents who physically or emotionally abuse their children do them lasting damage, among other things by undermining their ability to trust others and accurately read their emotions.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Where couples meet matters more than when

That dependable conversation starter – "Tell us where the two of you first met" – can yield a surprising range of stories.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Researcher explores what makes love last

How couples in the Wabash Valley maintain the passion in their relationships will be the topic of an upcoming podcast.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Cheaters use cognitive tricks to feel good about themselves

Most people believe that they are moral and good. They also believe cheating on a partner is wrong. So how do cheaters live with themselves after their infidelity? Understanding how they reconcile their indiscretions with ...

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