Lisa Neff
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How does context affect intimate relationships? Linking external stress and cognitive processes within marriage
LA Neff, BR Karney
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 30 (2), 134-148, 2004
Gender differences in social support: A question of skill or responsiveness?
LA Neff, BR Karney
Journal of personality and social psychology 88 (1), 79, 2005
To know you is to love you: the implications of global adoration and specific accuracy for marital relationships.
LA Neff, BR Karney
Journal of personality and social psychology 88 (3), 480, 2005
Stress and reactivity to daily relationship experiences: How stress hinders adaptive processes in marriage.
LA Neff, BR Karney
Journal of personality and social psychology 97 (3), 435, 2009
Stress resilience in early marriage: Can practice make perfect?
LA Neff, EF Broady
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (5), 1050, 2011
Stress spillover in early marriage: the role of self-regulatory depletion.
AA Buck, LA Neff
Journal of family psychology 26 (5), 698, 2012
Stress crossover in newlywed marriage: A longitudinal and dyadic perspective
LA Neff, BR Karney
Journal of Marriage and Family 69 (3), 594-607, 2007
Acknowledging the elephant in the room: How stressful environmental contexts shape relationship dynamics
LA Neff, BR Karney
Current opinion in psychology 13, 107-110, 2017
Beyond initial attraction: physical attractiveness in newlywed marriage.
JK McNulty, LA Neff, BR Karney
Journal of family psychology 22 (1), 135, 2008
Judgments of a relationship partner: Specific accuracy but global enhancement
LA Neff, BR Karney
Journal of personality 70 (6), 1079-1112, 2002
Optimistic expectations in early marriage: A resource or vulnerability for adaptive relationship functioning?
LA Neff, AL Geers
Journal of personality and Social Psychology 105 (1), 38, 2013
The dynamic structure of relationship perceptions: Differential importance as a strategy of relationship maintenance
LA Neff, BR Karney
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 29 (11), 1433-1446, 2003
We’re better when we blend: The benefits of couple identity fusion
CM Walsh, LA Neff
Self and Identity 17 (5), 587-603, 2018
Dispositional optimism, goals, and engagement in health treatment programs
AL Geers, JA Wellman, LD Seligman, LA Wuyek, LA Neff
Journal of behavioral medicine 33, 123-134, 2010
Do ideal partner preferences predict divorce? A tale of two metrics
PW Eastwick, LA Neff
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (6), 667-674, 2012
Couples and stress: How demands outside a relationship affect intimacy within the relationship
B Karney
How both partners’ individual differences, stress, and behavior predict change in relationship satisfaction: Extending the VSA model
JK McNulty, AL Meltzer, LA Neff, BR Karney
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (27), e2101402118, 2021
Is a meta-analysis a foundation, or just another brick? Comment on Meltzer, McNulty, Jackson, and Karney (2014).
PW Eastwick, LA Neff, EJ Finkel, LB Luchies, LL Hunt
American Psychological Association 106 (3), 429, 2014
Compassionate love in early marriage
LA Neff, BR Karney
The science of compassionate love: Theory, research, and applications, 201-222, 2009
The role of emotional capital during the early years of marriage: Why everyday moments matter.
CM Walsh, LA Neff, MEJ Gleason
Journal of Family Psychology 31 (4), 513, 2017
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