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date: 09 December 2019

Abstract and Keywords

The chapters in this book are organized around three themes: (1) the most important and foundational principles, ideas, and findings relevant to each chapter topic, (2) the newest and most important emerging themes and issues associated with each topic, and (3) the most promising and fruitful directions for future research. In this capstone chapter, we discuss how the chapters in this volume address each of these core themes. We also discuss the importance of using dyadic data to test and model both partner and actor by partner predictions that flow from different theoretical perspectives. We conclude by discussing all that has been accomplished in the field of relationship science since Ellen Berscheid's seminal "greening of relationship science" address.

Keywords: close relationships, Actor-Partner Interdependence Model (APIM), interdisciplinary perspectives

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