St Andrews University

Project Description

The role of self-esteem on factors influencing relationship satisfaction

Project Abstract

The present study aims to investigate the role of self-esteem and its possible moderating effects on other factors that affect satisfaction in romantic relationships using an online survey design. Participants currently in a relationship will be asked to fill in questionnaires measuring self-esteem, relationship satisfaction, social problem-solving skills, depression, anxiety, listening behaviour, perceived locus of control and repressive coping

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