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Testing the ruler with item response theory: increasing precision of measurement for relationship satisfaction with the Couples Satisfaction Index.
JL Funk, RD Rogge
Journal of family psychology 21 (4), 572, 2007
24182007
The role of mindfulness in romantic relationship satisfaction and responses to relationship stress
S Barnes, KW Brown, E Krusemark, WK Campbell, RD Rogge
Journal of marital and family therapy 33 (4), 482-500, 2007
11832007
Caring about carelessness: Participant inattention and its effects on research
MR Maniaci, RD Rogge
Journal of Research in Personality 48, 61-83, 2014
9472014
Problem-solving skills and affective expressions as predictors of change in marital satisfaction.
MD Johnson, CL Cohan, J Davila, E Lawrence, RD Rogge, BR Karney, ...
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 73 (1), 15, 2005
4882005
Disentangling components of flexibility via the hexaflex model: Development and validation of the Multidimensional Psychological Flexibility Inventory (MPFI)
JL Rolffs, RD Rogge, KG Wilson
Assessment 25 (4), 458-482, 2018
4262018
Till violence does us part: the differing roles of communication and aggression in predicting adverse marital outcomes.
RD Rogge, TN Bradbury
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 67 (3), 340, 1999
3911999
Genetic dissection of a neurodevelopmental pathway: Son of sevenless functions downstream of the sevenless and EGF receptor tyrosine kinases
RD Rogge, CA Karlovich, U Banerjee
Cell 64 (1), 39-48, 1991
2851991
Clarifying links between attachment and relationship quality: hostile conflict and mindfulness as moderators.
MC Saavedra, KE Chapman, RD Rogge
Journal of Family Psychology 24 (4), 380, 2010
2602010
Psychological flexibility and inflexibility as sources of resiliency and risk during a pandemic: Modeling the cascade of COVID-19 stress on family systems with a contextual …
JS Daks, JS Peltz, RD Rogge
Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science 18, 16-27, 2020
2512020
Is skills training necessary for the primary prevention of marital distress and dissolution? A 3-year experimental study of three interventions.
RD Rogge, RJ Cobb, E Lawrence, MD Johnson, TN Bradbury
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 81 (6), 949, 2013
1972013
Predicting marital distress and dissolution: Refining the two-factor hypothesis.
RD Rogge, TN Bradbury, K Hahlweg, J Engl, F Thurmaier
Journal of Family Psychology 20 (1), 156, 2006
1802006
Reconsidering the role of conflict in marriage
T Bradbury, R Rogge, E Lawrence
Couples in conflict, 59-81, 2016
1782016
The positive and negative semantic dimensions of relationship satisfaction
RE Mattson, RD Rogge, MD Johnson, EKB Davidson, FD Fincham
Personal Relationships 20 (2), 328-355, 2013
1642013
The relationship between contact and attitudes: Reducing prejudice toward individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities
JM Keith, L Bennetto, RD Rogge
Research in developmental disabilities 47, 14-26, 2015
1622015
Assessing the seeds of relationship decay: Using implicit evaluations to detect the early stages of disillusionment
S Lee, RD Rogge, HT Reis
Psychological Science 21 (6), 857-864, 2010
1382010
Perceived Partner Responsiveness Scale (PPRS) (Reis & Carmichael, 2006)
HT Reis, D Crasta, RD Rogge, MR Maniaci, CL Carmichael
The sourcebook of listening research: Methodology and measures, 516-521, 2017
1262017
Positive and negative evaluation of relationships: Development and validation of the Positive–Negative Relationship Quality (PN-RQ) scale.
RD Rogge, FD Fincham, D Crasta, MR Maniaci
Psychological assessment 29 (8), 1028, 2017
1222017
Engagement, alignment, and rigor as vital signs of high-quality instruction: A classroom visit protocol for instructional improvement and research
DM Early, RD Rogge, EL Deci
The High School Journal, 219-239, 2014
1022014
It's all about the process: Examining the convergent validity, conceptual coverage, unique predictive validity, and clinical utility of ACT process measures
RD Rogge, JS Daks, BA Dubler, KJ Saint
Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science 14, 90-102, 2019
1012019
Transactions within the family: Coparenting mediates associations between parents’ relationship satisfaction and the parent–child relationship.
JS Peltz, RD Rogge, ML Sturge-Apple
Journal of Family Psychology 32 (5), 553, 2018
1002018
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