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Großes Echo für Ex-Partner-Studie

Donnerstag, 14.11.2019

Über die Studie "Men view their ex-partners more favorably than women do" von Ursula Athenstaedt wird im Netz intensiv berichtet.

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Abstract der Publikation:
Our research deals with the question how people look back at their ex-partners – those with whom they were once romantically involved? Such views are important because they may shape our views of current relationships or new (potential) partners. Across three studies (total N = 876), we find that men hold more positive attitudes towards their female ex-partners than women do towards their male ex-partners. Gender-related variables provide further insight into this phenomenon. Ex-partner attitudes correlated positively with more permissive sexual attitudes and the amount of social support that individuals perceived from their ex-partners (both higher in men), whereas the ex-partner attitudes correlated negatively with attributions of greater responsibility for the break-up to ex-partner or relationship itself (both higher in women). Both men and women reported more positive ex-partner attitudes if they were single or had lower break-up acceptance.

Athenstaedt, U., Brohmer, H., Simpson, J. A., Müller, S., Schindling, N., Bacik, A., & Van Lange, P. A. M. (2019). Men View Their Ex-Partners More Favorably Than Women Do. Social Psychological and Personality Science. doi.org/10.1177/1948550619876633


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