Close Romantic Relationships: Maintenance and Enhancement

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Subject Index

A
Abuse, spousal, 304
Acceptance, 323, 350, 351
Accommodation/accommodative behavior, 98–100, 187
Adjustment, 95–96
African-American married couples, 137
Antisocial behaviors, 135
Appetitive and aversive dimensions of relationships
differentiating, 178–184
focus/emphasis on aversive dimension, 175–181
model of, 181–182
Appetitive and aversive processes, 170–174, 188–189
Appetitive and aversive social motivation, 184
Appetitive and aversive systems, 181–184
Appetitive processes and outcomes, 184–188
Appraisals, see Relationship evaluations; Self-verification
Approach-avoidance, see Appetitive and aversive processes; Avoidance
Approach goals, 312
Assurances, 135
Attachment
defined, 290
social support and, 290
Attachment experience(s), 289–290
Attachment style, 38–39, 245–246, 309
defined, 245
Attachment theory, 176, 226
Attraction, mutual, 15–16
Attractiveness, physical, 71–79
Attributional vigilance, chronic, 160
Attributions, 159–160, 346, 351
and relationship maintenance of relationship satisfaction, 200–209
Autonomy-Connection contradiction, 119–121
Aversive processes, see Appetitive and aversive processes
Avoidance, 135
Avoidance goals, 312

B
Balance, 127
Behavioral Inhibition and Behavioral Activation Scales (BIS/BAS), 183–184
Behavioral marital therapy (BMT), 313–314
Belong, need to, 173
Betrayal, 101–103
Blame, see Responsibility attributions

C
Capitalization, 186–187
Causality attributions, 206
Chameleon effect, sincere, 74–76

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