Lightening the load: Perceived partner responsiveness fosters more positive appraisals of relational sacrifices

Mariko L. Visserman, Amy Muise, Francesca Righetti, Rebecca M. Horne, Bonnie M. Le, Stéphane Côté, & Emily A. Impett (in press).

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

 

The benefits of living with close others: A longitudinal investigation of mental health before and during a global stressor

Natalie M. Sisson, Emily C. Willroth, Bonnie M. Le, & Brett Q. Ford (2021).

Clinical Psychological Science

 

How can I thank you? Highlighting the benefactor’s responsiveness or costs when expressing gratitude

Yoobin Park, Mariko L. Visserman, Natalie M. Sisson, Bonnie M. Le, Jennifer E. Stellar, & Emily A. Impett (2020).

Journal of Social and Personal Relationships

 

The distinct effects of empathic accuracy for a romantic partner’s appeasement and dominance emotions

Bonnie M. Le, Stéphane Côté, Jennifer E. Stellar, & Emily A. Impett (2020).

Psychological Science

 

On the strength of ties that bind: Measuring the strength of norms in romantic relationships

John K. Sakaluk,  Monica Biernat, Bonnie M. Le, Sarah Lundy, & Emily A. Impett (2019).

Journal of Social and Personal Relationships

 

Communal motivation

Bonnie M. Le & Emily A. Impett (2019).

Macmillan Encyclopedia of Intimate and Family Relationships

 

Communal motivation and well-being in interpersonal relationships: An integrative review and meta-analysis

Bonnie M. Le, Emily A. Impett, Edward P. Lemay Jr., Amy Muise, & Konstantin O. Tskhay (2018).

Psychological Bulletin

 

When you think your partner is holding back: The costs of perceived partner suppression during relationship sacrifice

Emily A. Impett, Bonnie M. Le, Aleksandr Kogan, Christopher Oveis, & Dacher Keltner (2014).

Social Psychological and Personality Science

 

The joys of genuine giving: Approach and avoidance sacrifice motivation and authenticity

Emily A. Impett, Leyla Javam, Bonnie M. Le, Behzad Asyaby-Eshghi, & Aleksandr Kogan (2013).

Personal Relationships

 

To give or not to give? Sacrificing for avoidance goals is not costly for the highly interdependent

Emily A. Impett, Bonnie M. Le, Behzad Asyabi-Eshghi, Lisa C. Day, & Aleksandr Kogan (2013).

Social Psychological and Personality Science

 

When holding back helps: Suppressing negative emotions during sacrifice feels authentic and is beneficial for the highly interdependent

Bonnie M. Le & Emily A. Impett (2013).

Psychological Science

 

The personal and interpersonal rewards of communal orientation

Bonnie M. Le, Emily A. Impett, Aleksandr Kogan, Gregory D. Webster, & Cecilia Cheng (2013).

Journal of Social and Personal Relationships