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Abstract: Utilising data from a Swedish longitudinal project, relationships with parents and friends were studied at ages 13 through 18, and with partners at age 37. The participants (N = 131, 56 females, 75 males) were either married or cohabiting in long-term relationships in midlife. In support of previous studies, which rely mostly on retrospective ndings, we found in this longitudinal study that adolescents with affectionate and trustful relationships with their parents reported greater satisfaction with their part… Show more

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“…Likewise, Kashdan, Volkmann, Breen, and Han (2007) reported that trait social anxiety was unrelated to initial relationship closeness or changes in relationship closeness over 3 months in a sample of undergraduate women. Nevertheless, Moller and Stattin (2001) reported that mothers’ reports of adolescent male participants’ shyness were negatively related to participants’ relationship satisfaction 20 years later. Additionally, Casten (2004) reported that a clinical sample of individuals scoring high on a measure of social phobia reported being less satisfied with their romantic relationships than a matched control group.…”
Section: Empirical Research Regarding Shyness and Established Relatiomentioning
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“…Likewise, Kashdan, Volkmann, Breen, and Han (2007) reported that trait social anxiety was unrelated to initial relationship closeness or changes in relationship closeness over 3 months in a sample of undergraduate women. Nevertheless, Moller and Stattin (2001) reported that mothers’ reports of adolescent male participants’ shyness were negatively related to participants’ relationship satisfaction 20 years later. Additionally, Casten (2004) reported that a clinical sample of individuals scoring high on a measure of social phobia reported being less satisfied with their romantic relationships than a matched control group.…”
Section: Empirical Research Regarding Shyness and Established Relatiomentioning
“…First, two of the studies that failed to demonstrate significant effects of trait social anxiety used very small samples (i.e., N = 14, Wenzel, 2002; N = 27; Wenzel et al, 2005), likely yielding insufficient power. Second, the third study failing to demonstrate significant effects (Kashdan et al, 2007) only examined females, whereas Moller and Stattin (2001) demonstrated their effects of shyness among males but not females. Third, whereas one of the studies suggesting negative effects of shyness (Casten, 2004) used clinical samples of individuals with social phobia, it is unclear whether the effects of social phobia generalize to shyness as it is experienced in nonclinical samples.…”
Section: Empirical Research Regarding Shyness and Established Relatiomentioning
“…Een totaal van zeven items werd gedestilleerd van een 65-item 'zorgen-vragenlijst', die werd afgenomen bij adolescenten op 15-jarige leeftijd (zie ook Mo¨ller & Stattin, 2001). De items waren 'Me niet op mijn gemak voelen in het gezelschap van leeftijdgenoten van het andere geslacht', 'Jongens/meisjes lachen me uit', 'Een kind krijgen voordat ik kan trouwen' (voor meisjes), 'Een meisje zwanger maken' (voor jongens), 'Hoe ver je mag gaan als je zoent of vrijt met een jongen/ meisje', 'Dat jongens/meisjes me naakt zien', en 'Niet genoeg weten over seks'.…”
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“…Research suggests that as they move into adulthood, offspring raised by authoritarian parents are subject to vulnerability, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and hostility. In contrast offspring raised by authoritative parents enjoy lower anxiety, higher self-esteem and confidence, as well as more successful coping mechanisms (Moller & Stattin, 2001;Olsen, Martin, & Halverson, 1999).…”
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“…In addition to a possible direct effect of parental relationships on distress, this relationship may also exert an indirect effect through the offspring's eventual spousal relationship (Moller & Stattin, 2001;Sroufe, 1989). Typically studies on this topic have been conducted within the framework of attachment theory (e.g., Bartholomew, 1990;Hazan & Shaver, 1987).…”
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