Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10071/25915
Author(s): Balzarini, R. N.
Muise, A.
Zoppolat, G.
Di Bartolomeo, A.
Rodrigues, D. L.
Alonso-Ferres, M.
Urganci, B.
Debrot, A.
Pichayayothin, N. B.
Dharma, C.
Chi, P.
Karremans, J. C.
Schoebi, D.
Slatcher, R. B.
Date: 2022
Title: Love in the time of COVID: Perceived partner responsiveness buffers people from lower relationship quality associated with COVID-related stressors
Journal title: Social Psychological and Personality Science
Volume: N/A
Reference: Balzarini, R. N., Muise, A., Zoppolat, G., Di Bartolomeo, A., Rodrigues, D. L., Alonso-Ferres, M., Urganci, B., Debrot, A., Pichayayothin, N. B., Dharma, C., Chi, P., Karremans, J. C., Schoebi, D., & Slatcher, R. B. (2022). Love in the time of COVID: Perceived partner responsiveness buffers people from lower relationship quality associated with COVID-related stressors. Social Psychological and Personality Science. https://dx.doi.org/10.1177/19485506221094437
ISSN: 1948-5506
DOI (Digital Object Identifier): 10.1177/19485506221094437
Keywords: COVID-19
Stress and coping
Financial strain
Loneliness
Relationship quality
Relationship conflict
Abstract: External stressors can erode relationship quality, though little is known about what can mitigate these effects. We examined whether COVID-related stressors were associated with lower relationship quality, and whether perceived partner responsiveness—the extent to which people believe their partner understands, validates, and cares for them—buffers these effects. When people in relationships reported more COVID-related stressors they reported poorer relationship quality at the onset of thepandemic (N = 3,593 from 57 countries) and over the subsequent 3 months (N = 1,125). At the onset of the pandemic, most associations were buffered by perceived partner responsiveness, such that people who perceived their partners to be low in responsiveness reported poorer relationship quality when they experienced COVID-related stressors, but these associations were reduced among people who perceived their partners to be highly responsive. In some cases, these associations were buffered over the ensuing weeks of the pandemic.
Peerreviewed: yes
Access type: Open Access
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