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Thomas Bradbury
Thomas Bradbury
Professor of Psychology, UCLA
Verified email at psych.ucla.edu
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The longitudinal course of marital quality and stability: A review of theory, methods, and research.
BR Karney, TN Bradbury
Psychological bulletin 118 (1), 3, 1995
44371995
Research on the nature and determinants of marital satisfaction: A decade in review
TN Bradbury, FD Fincham, SRH Beach
Journal of marriage and family 62 (4), 964-980, 2000
25192000
Attributions in marriage: review and critique.
TN Bradbury, FD Fincham
Psychological bulletin 107 (1), 3, 1990
18461990
Neuroticism, marital interaction, and the trajectory of marital satisfaction.
BR Karney, TN Bradbury
Journal of personality and social psychology 72 (5), 1075, 1997
12141997
The assessment of marital quality: A reevaluation
FD Fincham, TN Bradbury
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 797-809, 1987
9271987
Social support, conflict, and the development of marital dysfunction.
LA Pasch, TN Bradbury
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 66 (2), 219, 1998
9161998
Assessing attributions in marriage: the relationship attribution measure.
FD Fincham, TN Bradbury
Journal of personality and social psychology 62 (3), 457, 1992
7741992
Marital satisfaction across the transition to parenthood.
E Lawrence, AD Rothman, RJ Cobb, MT Rothman, TN Bradbury
Journal of family psychology 22 (1), 41, 2008
7732008
Attributions and behavior in marital interaction.
TN Bradbury, FD Fincham
Journal of personality and social psychology 63 (4), 613, 1992
6331992
Marital functioning and depressive symptoms: evidence for a stress generation model.
J Davila, TN Bradbury, CL Cohan, S Tochluk
Journal of personality and social psychology 73 (4), 849, 1997
5431997
Similarity, convergence, and relationship satisfaction in dating and married couples.
GC Gonzaga, B Campos, T Bradbury
Journal of personality and social psychology 93 (1), 34, 2007
5372007
Attachment change processes in the early years of marriage.
J Davila, BR Karney, TN Bradbury
Journal of personality and social psychology 76 (5), 783, 1999
5341999
Stress, sex, and satisfaction in marriage
G Bodenmann, T Ledermann, TN Bradbury
Personal relationships 14 (4), 551-569, 2007
5292007
Marital satisfaction, depression, and attributions: a longitudinal analysis.
FD Fincham, TN Bradbury
Journal of personality and social psychology 64 (3), 442, 1993
5201993
Depressive symptoms and marital satisfaction: within-subject associations and the moderating effects of gender and neuroticism.
J Davila, BR Karney, TW Hall, TN Bradbury
Journal of Family Psychology 17 (4), 557, 2003
4922003
Negative life events, marital interaction, and the longitudinal course of newlywed marriage.
CL Cohan, TN Bradbury
Journal of personality and social psychology 73 (1), 114, 1997
4891997
Problem-solving skills and affective expressions as predictors of change in marital satisfaction.
MD Johnson, CL Cohan, J Davila, E Lawrence, RD Rogge, BR Karney, ...
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 73 (1), 15, 2005
4822005
Understanding and altering the longitudinal course of marriage
TN Bradbury, BR Karney
Journal of Marriage and Family 66 (4), 862-879, 2004
4672004
Season of birth in schizophrenia: a review of evidence, methodology, and etiology.
TN Bradbury, GA Miller
Psychological bulletin 98 (3), 569, 1985
4481985
Does couples' communication predict marital satisfaction, or does marital satisfaction predict communication?
JA Lavner, BR Karney, TN Bradbury
Journal of Marriage and Family 78 (3), 680-694, 2016
4252016
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