Theoretical Frameworks for Personal Relationships

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systemic (i.e., it treats the closeness of interpersonal relationships as both dependent and independent variables). We hope that, perhaps because of its extended theoretical focus, the SEM model adds something to previous approaches to relationships.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

We gratefully acknowledge the support of NIMH grant #1RO1MH41487-01 in preparing this manuscript, and we thank Theresa Luhrs for her help in finalizing it.


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