Smooth operating: A structural analysis of social behavior perspective on initial romantic encounters.[Download Article]Eagly, A.
Possible selves in marital roles: The impact of the anticipated division of labor on the mate preferences of women and men.
He is also interested in exploring how close relationships research can inform evolutionary psychological approaches (and vice versa), especially with respect to the way that relationships grow and develop over time (see a brief description of the Re CAST model here). Open sharing of data on close relationships and other sensitive social psychological topics: Challenges, tools, and future directions.
Additionally, his work draws from anthropological data on the time course of human evolution to make novel psychological predictions.
Video: Speed-dating and the social relations model2017 and in press Joel, S., Eastwick, P.
Replicability and other features of a high-quality science: Toward a balanced and empirical approach. “Going Out” of the Box: Close intercultural relationships spark creativity, workplace innovation, and entrepreneurship. Pair-bonded relationships and romantic alternatives: Toward an integration of evolutionary and relationship science perspectives. Mispredicting distress following romantic breakup: Revealing the time course of the affective forecasting error. B., Eckes, T., Freiburger, P., Huang, L., Fernández, M. R., Sakalli-Ugurlu, N., Six-Materna, I., & Volpato, C. Is traditional gender ideology associated with sex-typed mate preferences?