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  1. Can the Vocational Interests of Dual-Earner Couples Predict Their Work-Family Conflict Experiences?
  2. The venom and antidotes of dispositional envy: Life History Strategy, emotion regulation, and envy links
  3. The dark triad traits and relationship satisfaction: Dyadic response surface analysis
  4. Predicting Mate Poaching Experiences from Personality Traits Using a Dyadic Analysis
  5. Similarity indices of the Dark Triad traits based on self and partner-reports: Evidence from variable-centered and couple-centered approaches
  6. Do vocational interests matter in the selection of a romantic partner?
  7. Postnatal maternal mood provides evidence for the psychic pain hypothesis.
  8. Vocational interests and relationship satisfaction: An actor-partner interdependence model
  9. Contours of the envious personality: Reassessing the capacity of the Big Five and the Dark Triad personality traits in predicting dispositional envy
  10. The effects of the Dark Triad personality traits on health protective behaviours: dyadic approach on self-reports and partner-reports
  11. Tears evoke the intention to offer social support: A systematic investigation of the interpersonal effects of emotional crying across 41 countries
  12. Emotion regulation and romantic partners’ relationship satisfaction
  13. Blue-eyed een erefer blue-eyed women: the role of life history strategies and sociosexuality
  14. Predicting mate retention behaviors from five-factor personality traits: A dyadic approach
  15. Sociosexuality
  16. The Relationship of Gender Roles and Beliefs to Crying in an International Sample
  17. The Croatian version of the Emotion Regulation Questionnaire: Links with higher‐ and lower‐level personality traits and mood
  18. Dark Triad Traits and Mate Retention Behaviors in Romantic Couples: The Actor–Partner Interdependence Model
  19. Weight bias towards individuals and groups in young children
  20. Assortative Mating
  21. The effects of similarity in the dark triad traits on the relationship quality in dating couples
  22. Facial emotion recognition in violent men
  23. Kama muta: Conceptualizing and measuring the experience often labelled being moved across 19 nations and 15 languages.
  24. Personality and Mate Poaching
  25. Emotional suppression and vagal activity
  26. Assortative mating for Dark Triad: Evidence of positive, initial, and active assortment
  27. The effects of facial expressions and tears on the speed of sex recognition
  28. Why crying does and sometimes does not seem to alleviate mood: a quasi-experimental study
  29. Corrigendum to “Personality and mate poaching experiences” [Pers. Indiv. Differ. 75 (2015) 7–12]
  30. Personality and mate poaching experiences
  31. Everyday Stress and Core Affect: Examination of the Dynamic Model of Affect
  33. Interactive Effects of Personality and Emotional Suppression on Sympathetic Activation
  34. Childhood and adulthood traumatic experiences in patients with psoriasis
  35. Five-factor Personality Dimensions and 3 Health-related Personality Constructs as Predictors of Health
  36. The Geographic Distribution of Big Five Personality Traits
  37. Patterns and Universals of Adult Romantic Attachment Across 62 Cultural Regions
  38. Patterns and Universals of Mate Poaching Across 53 Nations: The Effects of Sex, Culture, and Personality on Romantically Attracting Another Person's Partner.
  39. Are men universally more dismissing than women? Gender differences in romantic attachment across 62 cultural regions
  40. Universal sex differences in the desire for sexual variety: Tests from 52 nations, 6 continents, and 13 islands.
  41. Relations Among Social Support, Coping, and Negative Affect in Hospitalized and Nonhospitalized Cancer Patients
  42. Personality traits, stressful life events, and coping styles in early adolescence
  43. Absolute and Relative Accuracy in the Retrospective Estimate of Positive and Negative Mood
  44. The Effects of Dispositional and Situational Coping, Perceived Social Support, and Cognitive Appraisal on Immediate Outcome
  45. The structure of coping styles: a comparative study of croatian sample
  46. Affect intensity and frequency: their relation to mean level and variability of positive and negative affect and Eysencks personality traits
  47. A model of coping with conflicts between occupational and family roles: Structural analysis
  48. The relationship between Eysenck's personality traits, coping styles and moods