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  1. Actor and partner power are distinct and have differential effects on social behavior.
  2. Biased memories contribute to the links between stress and depressive symptoms.
  3. How far is the reach of personality in relationship functioning during COVID-19? Reply to Pfund and Hill (2022).
  4. Sexist attitudes predict family-based aggression during a COVID-19 lockdown.
  5. Emotion regulation and psychological and physical health during a nationwide COVID-19 lockdown.
  6. Conflict-coparenting spillover: The role of actors’ and partners’ attachment insecurity and gender.
  7. Parents’ distress and poor parenting during a COVID-19 lockdown: The buffering effects of partner support and cooperative coparenting.
  8. Attachment anxiety and the curvilinear effects of expressive suppression on individuals’ and partners’ outcomes.
  9. Depressive symptoms, stress, and poorer emotional support when needed by intimate partners.
  10. Relationship problems, agreement and bias in perceptions of partners’ parental responsiveness, and family functioning.
  11. A dyadic perspective of expressive suppression: Own or partner suppression weakens relationships.
  12. How Might the COVID-19 Pandemic Impact Couples’ Relationships?
  13. Infants’ attachment insecurity predicts attachment-relevant emotion regulation strategies in adulthood.
  14. Masculine gender role stress, low relationship power, and aggression toward intimate partners.
  15. Behavioral variability reduces the harmful longitudinal effects of partners’ negative-direct behavior on relationship problems.
  16. Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide lockdown on trust, attitudes toward government, and well-being.
  17. Does expressing emotions enhance perceptual accuracy of negative emotions during relationship interactions?
  18. Perceived regard, expressive suppression during conflict, and conflict resolution.
  19. How Intimate Relationships Contribute to Gender Inequality
  20. Engaging in conflict to change relationship problems can have benefits
  21. Repairing Distance and Facilitating Support
  22. Happily Single
  23. Mapping the intimate relationship mind: Comparisons between three models of attachment representations