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Profiles of marital partners' agreement across various areas of the relationship / Ćubela Adorić, Vera ; Jurkin, Marina ; Jurević, Jelena ; Ivoš Nikšić, Erma ; Kamenov, Željka.

By: Ćubela Adorić, Vera.
Contributor(s): Jurkin, Marina [aut] | Jurević, Jelena [aut] | Ivoš Nikšić, Erma [aut] | Kamenov, Željka [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 448-448 str.Subject(s): 5.06 | marital couples, dyadic indices, typology, quality of marital functioning eng In: International Journal of Psychology 43 (2008), 3-4 ; str. 448-448Summary: The aim of this study was to develop an empirically derived typology of couples using the scores of partners' agreement in the evaluation of various areas of the relationship. Both partners from 183 couples completed a newly developed multidimensional inventory (UPBKO, Ćubela Adorić & Jurević, 2006), which assesses perception of the relationship along twelve dimensions. Cluster analysis of the agreement scores yielded five different patterns or types of marital couples: vitalized, balanced, traditional, disharmonious, and conflicted. In evaluating the present results, comparability with the typologies that were established in previous research programs will be discussed.
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XXIX International Congress of Psychology (20-25.07.2008. ; Berlin, Njemačka)

The aim of this study was to develop an empirically derived typology of couples using the scores of partners' agreement in the evaluation of various areas of the relationship. Both partners from 183 couples completed a newly developed multidimensional inventory (UPBKO, Ćubela Adorić & Jurević, 2006), which assesses perception of the relationship along twelve dimensions. Cluster analysis of the agreement scores yielded five different patterns or types of marital couples: vitalized, balanced, traditional, disharmonious, and conflicted. In evaluating the present results, comparability with the typologies that were established in previous research programs will be discussed.

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