Claire Shimshock nominated as a 2022 Society for Personality and Social Psychology Poster Award Finalist
Claire's work examines whether amplifying gratitude in romantic relationships predicts costs or benefits to well-being. Congratulations, Claire!
We study the careful balance of care needed to foster satisfying relationships, while also sustaining one's own well-being.
We study how the emotions we express and perceive in others affects our ability to build deeper social connections.
We study how emotions and motivations uniquely shape personal well-being, partner well-being, and overall relationship quality.
A 2021 article led by Mariko Visserman and co-authored by Amy Muise, Francesca Righetti, Rebecca Home, Bonnie Le, Stéphane Côté, and Emily Impett examines how perceived partner responsiveness fosters more positive sacrifice appraisals in romantic relationships.
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