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The Love Consortium is a digitally-connected community of researchers engaged in the advanced scientific study of high-quality social connections. The Love Consortium members aspire to facilitate such research through collaborative opportunities that emerge from archived data.

This project was initiated with the support of the John Templeton Foundation.
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Nov 5, 2019
Armentano, Lucylle; Hay, Aleena; Clark, Margaret, 2019, "Yale Emotions in Romantic Relationships Video Study, 2016",, UNC Dataverse, V1
82 romantic dyads (164 individuals; 85 women) participated in a two part study designed to examine emotional experience and expression in romantic relationships within everyday, naturalistic emotional conversations. The primary aim of the study is to better understand a number of...
Oct 27, 2019
Heshmati, Saida; Oravecz, Zita, 2019, "Within-Person Processes in Experienced Love in Daily Life, 2016",, UNC Dataverse, V1
We conducted an Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA; or experience sampling) studies to examine the within-person processes in experienced love in daily life and how these processes relate to person characteristics. This study was conducted at the Pennsylvania State University....
Sep 11, 2019
Algoe, Sara; Fredrickson, Barbara, 2019, "Understanding Romantic Relationships, 2009",, UNC Dataverse, V1
53 heterosexual romantic couples (N = 106) from Chapel Hill, North Carolina and the surrounding region (e.g., Durham, NC; U.S.A.) enrolled in a one-month study by attending an initial lab session. (Pre-lab baseline measures were completed by N = 134 people.) Participants were eli...
Sep 29, 2019
Baker-Russell, Levi, 2019, "UNCG Newlywed Project, 2015-2018",, UNC Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:D5mEKR/jbLpWaxYxh74C2A== [fileUNF]
101 newlywed couples completed large packets of questionnaires and attended a lab session where they engaged in problem-solving discussions and reaction time tasks at Baseline, 12 months after Baseline, and 24 months after Baseline. They also completed short packets of questionna...
Dec 2, 2019
Fehr, Beverley; Harasymchuk, Cheryl, 2019, "Types of Love, 2009",, UNC Dataverse, V1
A sample of undergraduate students (~150) in romantic relationships from a mid-sized Canadian city completed a self-report questionnaire about types of love (i.e., romantic, companionate, compassionate, attachment) and their correlates. The data type was individual (i.e., only da...
Nov 5, 2019
Le, Bonnie; Impett, Emily, 2019, "Triadic Family Study, 2017",, UNC Dataverse, V1
The current study includes 178 triads. Specifically, first-year university students and both of their parents were recruited to participate in a cross-sectional study examining parenting goals, emotion regulation, and well-being. Most of the first-year students who recruited live...
Oct 3, 2019
Eller, Jami; Simpson, Jeffry; Rholes, William S., 2019, "Transition to Parenthood",, UNC Dataverse, V1
This dataset examines dyads over the 2-year transition to parenthood with measurements at 6 weeks prenatal, approximately 1-2 weeks post labor and delivery, then 6, 12, 18, ad 24 months postnatal. All parents were first time parents with their current partner. Data collected at l...
Oct 31, 2019
Debrot, Anik, 2019, "Touch and Attachment, 2016",, UNC Dataverse, V1
For this cross-sectional study, we recruited participants through Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. Participants had to be at least 21 years old and currently in a romantic relationship for at least six months. The sample comprises 1,604 participants (801 men; 798 women, three transgende...
Sep 22, 2019
Maxwell, Jessica A., 2019, "Toronto Empathic Accuracy Couples study, 2013",, UNC Dataverse, V1
1) Brief Overview: Romantic couples (undergraduates at the University of Toronto & community members from Toronto, Canada, dating at least 6 months) came into the lab and filled in several individual difference and relationship measures. They then had a videotaped conversation wh...
Oct 31, 2019
Le, Bonnie; Impett, Emily, 2019, "Toronto Couples Study, 2017",, UNC Dataverse, V1
This dataset was collected at the University of Toronto between 2015-2017. Romantic couples from the community participated in a four-part study. To be eligible, couples were required to be in a relationship for at least 3 years. A total of 111 couples completed the study. The fo...
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