Time and Intimacy: A New Science of Personal Relationships

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List of Research Reflections
1 Intimacy in Friendship; Interpersonal Relationships; and Intimate Experience7
2 The Time Metaphor Test14
3 What is your psychological orientation toward time?40
4 Time and Self-Concept: Intimacy with Oneself76
5 The Capacity for Intimacy: Being in the Moment84
6 Measuring Personal Relationship with God85
7 Time Competency and Nurturing Conditions102
8 The Time Structure Questionnaire105
9 Novelty & Chaos113
10 Rhythm Entrainment: Morningness & Eveningness114
11 Attachment to God131
12 Love Is a Story: A Model of Relationships through Time143
13 Context & Working through: Meaning in Context171
14 Communication Apprehension in Marriage180
15 Family Secrets: Inheriting Paradigms across Generations188
16 Situations Defined by Resource Exchange (Transactions)224
17 Acting on the Temporal World285
18 Calibration Requires Communication Skills290

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