BENJAMIN KARNEY INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS PDF

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For the past 15 years, Dr. Karney has been studying change and stability in intimate relationships, especially in the early years of marriage. His research has focused on cognitive and behavioral processes of relationship maintenance, and especially the ways that stress external to the couple can facilitate or constrain those processes. His research relies upon longitudinal data, repeated measures, multi-level modeling, and observational coding of couple interactions. To address these issues, his ongoing longitudinal research is examining Hispanic, black, and white newlywed couples from low-income neighborhoods, as well as military families facing deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.

He is an expert on interpersonal relationships, especially marriage, and has done extensive research on how relationship processes and interactions are constrained or enhanced by the contexts in which they take place. Currently this includes research on marriages in the military, funded by the Department of Defense, and marriages in low-income populations, funded by the National Institute on Child Health and Human Development.

Before returning to Los Angeles, he served as a tenured member of the faculty of the psychology department at the University of Florida, where his research examined change and stability in early marriage, focusing on the processes through which initially satisfying marriages either remain satisfying or deteriorate over time. He has been the director and principle investigator of the Florida Project on Newlywed Marriage and Adult Development FPNMAD , a series of longitudinal studies of the first years of marriage, and in , he conducted the baseline survey of marriage and families for the state of Florida as part of their initiative to strengthen families.

He is also an expert consultant for the Strengthening Healthy Marriage project, an 8-year national experimental study of marital interventions for low-income populations, sponsored by the Administration on Children and Families.

Karney, B. Neuroticism, marital interaction, and the trajectory of marital satisfaction. Neff, L. How does context affect intimate relationships? Linking external stress and cognitive processes within marriage.

McNulty, J. To know you is to love you: The importance of global adoration and specific understanding for close relationships. Frye, N. How do constraints on leaving a marriage affect behavior within the marriage? Sullivan, K. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology , 27 , Rauer, A. Stress and reactivity to daily relationship experiences: How stress hinders adaptive processes in marriage. Cognitive complexity and marital interaction in newlyweds.

A science of healthy relationships is not a healthy relationship science. AIDS and Behavior. Bradbury, T. Intimate Relationships. Adams and W. Jones Eds. Cognition and the development of close relationships. In Clark, M. A social-cognitive perspective on the maintenance and deterioration of relationship satisfaction. In Harvey, J.

In Noller, P. Should promoting marriage be the next stage of welfare reform? In Crouter, A. Trajectories of change during the early years of marriage. In Conger, R. Marriages in context: Interactions between chronic and acute stress among newlyweds. Revenson, K. Bodenmann Eds. UCLA Menu. Benjamin Karney. Area Chair: Social Psychology. Primary Area: Social Psychology. Address: Pritzker Hall. Phone: Email: karney psych. Research and Teaching Interests: For the past 15 years, Dr.

Benjamin Karney's Curriculum Vitae. Selected Books and Monographs Karney, B. Selected Book Chapters Karney, B. Link to the Relationship Institute that Dr. Karney co-directs.

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Intimate Relationships

For the past 15 years, Dr. Karney has been studying change and stability in intimate relationships, especially in the early years of marriage. His research has focused on cognitive and behavioral processes of relationship maintenance, and especially the ways that stress external to the couple can facilitate or constrain those processes. His research relies upon longitudinal data, repeated measures, multi-level modeling, and observational coding of couple interactions. To address these issues, his ongoing longitudinal research is examining Hispanic, black, and white newlywed couples from low-income neighborhoods, as well as military families facing deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. He is an expert on interpersonal relationships, especially marriage, and has done extensive research on how relationship processes and interactions are constrained or enhanced by the contexts in which they take place.

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Benjamin Karney

He is an expert on interpersonal relationships and has done extensive research on marriage. Recent work addresses the effects of stress on marital processes, divorce rates in military marriages, intimate relationships among youth and young adults, and marriage in low-income populations. Karney was a member of the Cum Laude Honors Society, and became the co-editor of the school newspaper. He was also involved in musical theater productions in collaboration with a private girls school Westlake High, which is now Harvard-Westlake School that later influenced his interest in close relationships.

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