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Title:Work Hard, Play Hard: A Study on Work and Leisure Activities in Romantic Relationships
Author(s):Beck, Sydney T.; Ogolsky, Brian; Monk, James K.
Subject(s):romantic relationships
work
leisure
satisfaction
Abstract:While stress in relationships is usually most apparent during very difficult life situations, everyday stress can go undetected as being an important problem in romantic relationships. This study focused on how everyday stress from arguments affects couples and the maintenance of their relationship. Specifically, I looked at how individual work and leisure habits are viewed by their significant other and how disagreement over these activities lead to arguments between partners. This study focused on quantitative data taken from past research in Dr. Brian Ogolsky's commitment and relationships study. More precisely, it examined the significant work and leisure activities that were related to the greatest increases in stress in a relationship. Implications from the research could help couple acknowledge and remedy the everyday disagreements in their relationship.
Issue Date:2016
Citation Info:Beck, Sydney T. (2016) "Work Hard, Play Hard: A Study on Work and Leisure Activities in Romantic Relationships." Session presented at Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.
Genre:Conference Poster
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/91540
Rights Information:Copyright 2016 Sydney T. Beck
Date Available in IDEALS:2016-08-26


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