Does Drinking Together Promote Relationship Intimacy? Temporal Effects of Daily Drinking Events.

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Summary of "Does Drinking Together Promote Relationship Intimacy? Temporal Effects of Daily Drinking Events."

Although research has documented harms associated with drinking within intimate relationships, there is evidence that some drinking patterns-characterized by congruent or shared partner drinking-may be associated with positive relationship functioning. The present dyadic daily diary study allowed us to consider whether congruent drinking events and drinking with partner increase the likelihood of experiencing intimacy with one's partner within the next few hours.


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Name: Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs
ISSN: 1938-4114
Pages: 537-545


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