「かけがえのなさ」に潜む陥穽 : 協調的志向性と非協調的志向性を通じた二つの影響プロセス [in Japanese] A pitfall in a "one and only" relationship : Two processes involving cooperative and uncooperative orientation of romantic partners [in Japanese]
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Romantic partners often consider their relationship to be distinct from their other relationships. Moreover, it has been shown that this perceived distinctiveness promotes cooperative orientation while individually suppressing uncooperative orientation. How does this perceived distinctiveness of romantic partners affect their adaptation? We conducted a panel survey on two hundred and eighty-five married and unmarried partners. Path analysis and supplemental analyses revealed the working of two independent processes. In one process, the more distinct romantic partners perceive their relationship to be, the more cooperative orientation they can have and the less they suffer violence at the hands of their partner. In the other process, it was found that the more distinct romantic partners perceive their relationship to be, the less uncooperative orientation they can have and the more they suffer violence at the hands of their partner. Further, from the results obtained from this study, we discuss the originality of this study and prevention policies related to domestic violence.
- Japanese Journal of Social Psychology
Japanese Journal of Social Psychology 26(2), 131-140, 2010
The Japanese Society of Social Psychology