The role of spouses' depression and anger in the attribution-marital satisfaction relation

Senchak, Marilyn; Leonard, Kenneth E.
August 1993
Cognitive Therapy & Research;Aug93, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p397
Academic Journal
Examines spouses' depression, anger, causal attributions for negative marital events and marital satisfaction in a community sample. Number of newlyweds in sample; Results; Showing of moderate intercorrelations among variables for both husbands and wives; Regression analyses findings; Impact on marital satisfaction of findings.


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