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A longitudinal study, that assessed the effects of changes in education on changes in decision-making and satisfaction in ongoing intimate relationship~ was conducted with 78 women re-entry students who, as matriculants in an undergraduate degree granting program in the College of Continuing Education at URI in Providence in 1988, participated in this study at Time 1 and again three and one half years later at Time 2. Three measures each of decisionmaking, satisfaction, and perceived partnerdoi:10.23860/diss-celebucki-carolyn-1994 fatcat:3p2bhlnpffhkdi36qnmkvz7wba