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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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Oct 29, 2019
Rusbult, Caryl E.; Kumashiro, Madoka; Finkel, Eli J.; Coolsen, Michael K.; Kirchner, Jeff L.; Hannon, Peggy A.; Davis, Jody; Clarke, Jennifer, 2019, "Rusbult Templeton Forgiveness & Michelangelo Longitudinal Study, 2000-2001", https://doi.org/10.15139/S3/RAOEBC, UNC Dataverse, V1
3-wave longitudinal study of married couples (both partners) assessed every 4 months (8 months in total), with a very brief follow-up (4 months later), with a very short follow-up measure 4 months later. The objective of the project was to study both forgiveness and Michelangelo...
Oct 29, 2019
Rusbult, Caryl E.; Kumashiro, Madoka; Coolsen, Michael K.; Stocker, Shevaun; Kirchner, Jeff; Estrada, Marie-Joelle; Wolf, Scott; Clarke, Jennifer, 2019, "Rusbult NSF Michelangelo Longitudinal Study, 2002-2004", https://doi.org/10.15139/S3/GNBYN5, UNC Dataverse, V1
Two-year, 5-wave longitudinal study of ‘newly committed’ romantic couples (both partners) assessed every 6 months. Couples had to have started living together, gotten engaged or married within the last year or planned to do so in the next year. The objective of the project was to...
Oct 28, 2019
Nelson-Coffey, Katie; Coffey, John, 2019, "Parenting Diary Study, 2018", https://doi.org/10.15139/S3/CMMGBP, UNC Dataverse, V1
Parents (N = 280; 65% women) with at least one child living in the home participated in a 9-day daily diary study. On the first and last day, they completed basic measures of overall well-being, attachment, caregiving goals, and additional parenting specific measures. Each day fo...
Oct 27, 2019
Aknin, Lara, 2019, "The Relational Consequences of Giver- and Recipient-focused Gifts, 2019", https://doi.org/10.15139/S3/FEE5SQ, UNC Dataverse, V2, UNF:6:bfoLESBo5yQjDWW2tvwMLQ== [fileUNF]
We collected data from 117 givers (and 70 recipients) to examine the relational consequences of giving giver-focused and recipient-focused gifts. Participants university students and their friend, family member, or relationship partner to whom they gifted a small gift (iTunes son...
Oct 27, 2019
Heshmati, Saida; Oravecz, Zita, 2019, "Intervention Study & Replication Data for: Within-Person Processes in Experienced Love in Daily Life, 2017", https://doi.org/10.15139/S3/ARI4FZ, UNC Dataverse, V1
We conducted an Ecological Momentary Intervention (EMI; or experience sampling) study to examine the effect of positive psychology and contemplative practices on the within-person processes in experienced love in daily life and how these processes relate to person characteristics...
Oct 27, 2019
Heshmati, Saida; Oravecz, Zita, 2019, "Within-Person Processes in Experienced Love in Daily Life, 2016", https://doi.org/10.15139/S3/1EAYEL, 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....
Oct 27, 2019
Eastwick, Paul W.; Finkel, Eli J., 2019, "Northwestern Speed-Dating Study II, 2007", https://doi.org/10.15139/S3/52MIJO, UNC Dataverse, V1
N = 187 Northwestern University undergraduates (93 women, 94 men) participated in one of eight speed-dating events. At each event, participants went on 4-minute dates with all 11-12 opposite-sex individuals who attended the event; they completed a 2-minute questionnaire at the en...
Oct 27, 2019
Eastwick, Paul W.; Finkel, Eli J., 2019, "Northwestern Speed-Dating Study I, 2005", https://doi.org/10.15139/S3/HK7KZQ, UNC Dataverse, V1
N = 163 Northwestern University undergraduates (81 women, 82 men) participated in one of seven speed-dating events. At each event, participants went on 4-minute dates with all 9-13 opposite-sex individuals who attended the event; they completed a 2-minute questionnaire at the end...
Oct 3, 2019
Eller, Jami; Simpson, Jeffry; Rholes, William S., 2019, "Transition to Parenthood", https://doi.org/10.15139/S3/TTXD8Q, 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 3, 2019
Langeslag, Sandra; Van Strien, Jan, 2019, "Electroencephalography (EEG) Responses to Love-Related Facial Stimuli, 2005", https://doi.org/10.15139/S3/TUIJBE, UNC Dataverse, V1
- 20 students of the Erasmus University Rotterdam in The Netherlands (11 women, 9 men, mean age 21.8 yrs, range 18-34) volunteered to participate. Only participants who were in love with someone of the opposite sex were included in the study. Other inclusion criteria were normal...
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