brian ogolsky Articles (2013-2018)

Brief-Systemic Programs for Promoting Mental Health and Relationship Functioning in Military Couples and Families: Brief-Systemic Programs, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2018)

Military service members and veterans (SMVs) are considered at risk for developing a variety of relational and mental health concerns. Often, their families also face hardships due to stressors associated with deployment and reintegration, as well as…

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Commitment in Interracial Relationships: Dyadic and Longitudinal Tests of the Investment Model, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2018)

Empirical research to explain why partners in interracial relationships appear to be less committed than partners in intraracial relationships is scarce. The Investment Model has been shown to be a robust predictor of relationship commitment, but has only…

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Coparenting relationship trajectories: Marital violence linked to change and variability after separation, by Brian Ogolsky, Jennifer Hardesty, and colleagues (2017)

Associations between marital intimate partner violence (IPV) and postseparation coparenting relationship trajectories were examined among 135 mothers who participated in 5 interviews at 3-month intervals in the year following their divorce…

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Relationship Maintenance: A Review of Research on Romantic Relationships, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2017)

Relationship maintenance encompasses a broad array of activities that partners may use to preserve their romantic partnerships. For this article, we systematically review the vast literature (N = 1,149 articles) on relationship maintenance in romantic…

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Integrative Intensive Retreats for Veteran Couples and Families: A Pilot Study Assessing Change in Relationship Adjustment, Posttraumatic Growth, and Trauma Symptoms, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2017)

We assessed a brief, systemic retreat-style intervention that was developed to address concerns about the utilization of services for veterans coping with traumatic stress. A total of 76 dyads (N = 152) were assessed before and after a…

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Child-child similarity on attachment and temperament as predictors of positive interaction during acquaintanceship at age 3, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2016)

Child-child similarity on attachment and temperament were examined, in turn, as predictors of interaction quality between previously unacquainted children. At 33 months, child-mother attachment security was assessed, and parents reported…

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The Effects of Network Approval on Accounts of Commitment Trajectories in Intraracial and Interracial Relationships, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2016)

The current study used dyadic data to investigate the impact of relationship type and social support on the retrospective accounts of commitment trajectories of romantic relationships. Past research suggests that social support is a positive…

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Veteran Couples Integrative Intensive Retreat Model: An Intervention for Military Veterans and Their Relational Partners, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2016)

Military veterans are among those most affected by posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) due to combat-related experiences and are often reluctant to seek long-term services. Trauma is commonly associated with distress for veterans…

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Pathways of Commitment to Wed: The Development and Dissolution of Romantic Relationships, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2015)

The authors used changes in commitment to wed and reasons for these changes to classify couples into developmental pathways. Using data from a random sample of dating couples (N = 376), they found 4 distinct commitment processes: (a) dramatic…

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Conflict, Negative Emotion, and Reports of Partners' Relationship Maintenance in Same-Sex Couples, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2015)

The literature on relationship maintenance has focused primarily on the beneficial outcomes of maintenance, and, as a result, little is known about relational processes that may interfere with reports of partners' maintenance. The authors…

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Toward a Standard Approach to Operationalizing Coercive Control and Classifying Violence Types, by Brian Ogolsky, Jennifer L. Hardesty, and colleagues (2015)

Coercive control is central to distinguishing between Johnson's (2008) 2 main types of intimate partner violence: (a) coercive controlling violence and (b) situational couple violence. Approaches to assessing coercive control, however, have been…

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A comparison of concurrent and retrospective trajectories of commitment to wed, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2014)

How well do dating partners recall the development of commitment to wed and what factors modify recall? Motivations underlying recall suggest retrospections should demonstrate one of two patterns, developmental change or amplification…

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Coparenting Through Divorce or Separation: A Review of an Online Program, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2014)

In this study, we evaluated the content and instructional processes of an online coparenting education program for parents who are separating or divorcing. In addition, we provide results of posttests from parents (N = 1,543) who participated…

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Commitment and Sacrifice in Emerging Adult Romantic Relationships, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2014)

The development of commitment and satisfaction with sacrifice has been associated with relationship health and stability. Given the importance of early romantic relationships, the purpose of the present study was to explore how these…

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The Role of Couple Discrepancies in Cognitive and Behavioral Egalitarianism in Marital Quality, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2014)

Although gender ideologies and perceptions of equity in the division of household tasks have been associated with marital quality, there is limited understanding of the relationship between discrepancies (in husbands’ and wives’ subjective ideals…

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Getting Acquainted: Actor and Partner Effects of Attachment and Temperament on Young Children's Peer Behavior, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2014)

Guided by a dyadic view of children's peer behavior, this study assessed actor and partner effects of attachment security and temperament on young children's behavior with an unfamiliar peer. At 33 months of age, child-mother attachment…

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Helping Dual-Earner Couples Manage Work–Partner Interferences: A Program Evaluation, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2014)

Preview: This study explored the effectiveness and informed further development of a brief intervention designed to teach couples strategies for managing interferences from work to their romantic relationship. A pretest/posttest design…

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The Developmental Course of Romantic Relationships, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2014)

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Intentional harmony in the lives of working partners: Program development and evaluation, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2013)

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Depressive Symptoms, Relational Turbulence, and the Reintegration Difficulty of Military Couples Following Wartime Deployment, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2013)

During reunion following wartime deployment, military couples are at risk for both depression and relationship distress (Bowling & Sherman, 2008). This article applies the relational turbulence model (Knobloch & Theiss, 2011a43. Knobloch , L. K. and…

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A meta-analytic review of relationship maintenance and its correlates, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2013)

This meta-analysis examines the five factors from the Relational Maintenance Strategies Measure (RMSM, i.e., positivity, openness, assurances, social networks, and sharing tasks) and their associations with satisfaction, commitment, control…

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A meta-analytic review of relationship maintenance and its correlates, by Brian Ogolsky and colleagues (2013)

This meta-analysis examines the five factors from the Relational Maintenance Strategies Measure (RMSM, i.e., positivity, openness, assurances, social networks, and sharing tasks) and their associations with satisfaction, commitment, control…

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