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  • The Lived Experience of Ambiguous Marital Separation: A Phenomenological Study. [Journal Article]
    J Marital Fam Ther 2019Crabtree SA, Harris SM
  • Researchers have long treated marital separation as a linear transition that inevitably leads to divorce. Popular sources suggest that some couples separate without clarity about how the separation will end, often to assess whether to divorce or stay married. However, to date, we could not locate any empirical research on this kind of ambiguous separation. With a sample of 20 currently separated …
  • Is it me or you? Marital conflict behavior and blood pressure reactivity. [Journal Article]
    J Fam Psychol 2019Smith TW, Baron CE, … Berg CA
  • Cardiovascular reactivity (CVR), such as increases in blood pressure, during stressful marital interactions have been identified as a possible mechanism linking marital discord with cardiovascular disease (CVD). Both expressions of and exposure to negative behavior during marital conflict may influence CVR, but analytic approaches to date have not permitted firm conclusions as to whether CVR duri…
  • Epidemiology of Perceived Physical Fatigability in Older Adults: The Long Life Family Study. [Journal Article]
    J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 2019LaSorda KR, Gmelin T, … LLFS Research Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: Perceived physical fatigability is highly prevalent in older adults and strongly associated with age. The family design of LLFS allowed us to estimate the genetic heritability of perceived physical fatigability. Identifying risk factors associated with higher perceived physical fatigability can inform the development of targeted interventions for those most at risk, including older women, older adults with depression, and those who are less physically active.
  • The effect of unemployment on the smoking behavior of couples. [Journal Article]
    Health Econ 2019Everding J, Marcus J
  • Although unemployment likely entails various externalities, research examining its spillover effects on spouses is scarce. This is the first paper to estimate effects of unemployment on the smoking behavior of both spouses. Using German Socio-Economic Panel data, we combine matching and difference-in-differences estimation, employing the post-double-selection method for control variable selection…
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