Influence of jealousy on male and female college daters

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Peter O. Peretti
Bernard Pudowski
Cite this article:  Peretti, P., & Pudowski, B. (1997). Influence of jealousy on male and female college daters. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 25(2), 155-160.


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Jealousy within a relationship tends to diminish the relationship and might ultimately lead to its loss. The present study was concerned with the influence of jealousy on male and female college daters. It centered on the effect of jealousy on the jealous dating partner. It focused on how the partner felt as he or she was experiencing the jealousy toward the other person. The results indicated the effect of jealousy on the male and female dating partners tended to be associated with feelings of loss of affection, rejection, insecurity, anxiety, semantics, insincerity, inadequacy, low self-esteem, suspicion, and rivalry.
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