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Implications of Relationship Social Comparison Tendencies Among Dating and Married Individuals
The current study examines the construct of relationship social comparison orientation, which deals with an individual's propensity to compare his or her romantic relationship to that of others' romantic relationships on various dimensions, in both dating and married samples. The study also examines the role of relationship uncertainty general social comparison orientation was unrelated to satisfaction. Findings, additionally, show significant convergence on self-reported and spouse ratings ofdoi:10.1037/e648682012-001 fatcat:nbjkjugauvakddb4g4ghrzhnzq