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*Carrere, S., Buehlman, K. T., Gottman, J. M., Coan, J. A., & Ruckstuhl, L. (2000). 

     Predicting marital stability and divorce in newlywed couples. Journal of Family 

     Psychology, 14(1), 42-58.

 


*Carrere, S., & Gottman, J. M. (1999). Predicting divorce among newlyweds from 

     the first three minutes of a marital conflict discussion. Family Process38, 293-

     301.


Driver, J. L., & Gottman, J. M. (2004). Daily marital interactions and positive affect 

     during marital conflict among newlywed couples. Family Process, 43(3), 301-

     314.

 

Giblin, P., & Chan, J. (1995). Predicting divorce. The Family Journal3, 134-138.


Gottman, J. M. (1998). Psychology and the study of marital processes. Annual 

     Review Psychology49, 169-197. 


*Gottman, J. M., Coan, J., Carrere, S., & Swanson, C. (1998). Predicting marital 

     happiness and stability in newlywed interactions. Journal of Marriage and 

     Family60(1), 5-22.


Gottman, J. M., & Levenson, R. W. (2002). A two-factor model for predicting when 

     a couple will divorce: Exploratory analyses using 14-year longitudinal data. 

     Family Process41(1), 83-96.


*Gottman, J. M., & Levenson, R. W. (1992). Marital processes predictive of later 

     dissolution: Behavior, physiology, and health. Journal of Personality and Social 

     Psychology, 63(2), 221-233.


Gottman, J. M., Swanson, C., & Swanson, K. (2002). General systems theory of 

     marriage: Nonlinear difference equation modeling of marital interaction. 

     Personality and Social Psychology Review, 6(4), 326-340.


Hicks, M. W., McWey, L. M., Benson, K. E., & West, S. H. (2004). Using what 

     premarital couples already know to inform marriage education: Integration of 

     a Gottman model perspective. Contemporary Family Therapy26(1), 97-113.

 

*Lebow, J. L. (1999). Building a science of couple relationships: Comments on two

     articles by Gottman and Levenson.Family Process38, 167-173.


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