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Sharing the Load : Men's and Women's Attitudes Toward Household and Childcare Tasks
Studies suggest that the division of household labor and childcare, even in dual-earner households, is imbalanced. Women spend more time than men do on household and childcare tasks. Gender differences in childcare ...
Exploring Familial Resemblance in Romantic Attachment : Shared Genes and Shared Rearing Environment Do Not Equal Shared Attachment
We conducted a series of studies to explore the possibility that romantic attachment style is transmitted via the family, either through shared genes or shared rearing environment. Family members should be similar ...
I've Chosen Well, But Perhaps I Could Do Better : Maximizing Tendencies and Romantic Relationship Judgments
People make choices in nearly every domain of life, and individuals differ in their choice-making strategies: maximizers search extensively for the best possible option. Satisficers search just until they encounter an ...
Spin : Psychological Scientists Use Casual Language to Describe Non-Casual Data
Misrepresentation of data, or “spin,” comes in various forms and can be intentional or unintentional. One of the most prevalent forms of spin involves misleading interpretation – specifically, making causal claims that ...