Dyadic Coping, Communication Satisfaction and Relationship Satisfaction: An Actor-partner Interdependence Mediation Model

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Abstract

A body of research has revealed a strong link between dyadic coping and relationship satisfaction, supporting the function of coping on relationship outcomes. Nonetheless, the mechanism through which dyadic coping influences relationship outcomes has not been well understood and needs further investigations. Moreover, in spite of the crucial role of communication in the dyadic coping process, the association between dyadic coping and communication satisfaction has rarely been studied. This study seeks to examine the indirect process between dyadic coping and relationship satisfaction through communication satisfaction using the actor-partner interdependence mediation model (APIMeM). Around 100-200 heterosexual couples will be recruited using online questionnaire.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2 Apr 2022
EventPostgraduate Conference on Interdisciplinary Learning : Rethinking Postgraduate Studies in Post-Pandemic Societies - Lingnan University, Hong Kong
Duration: 1 Apr 20222 Apr 2022
https://www.ln.edu.hk/sgs/_content/media/pgdcon2022/pgdcon21_progbook.pdf

Conference

ConferencePostgraduate Conference on Interdisciplinary Learning : Rethinking Postgraduate Studies in Post-Pandemic Societies
Country/TerritoryHong Kong
Period1/04/222/04/22
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