Brent A. Mattingly, Ph.D.

2008 Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO, United States 
Social Psychology
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Eddie M. Clark grad student 2008 Saint Louis University
 (The effects of motivated sacrifice on relationship quality.)
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Mattingly BA, Clark EM. (2012) Weakening Relationships We Try to Preserve: Motivated Sacrifice, Attachment, and Relationship Quality Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 42: 373-386
Mattingly BA, Clark EM, Cahill MJ. (2012) Approach and avoidance motivation as predictors of pro-relationship behaviors Personality and Individual Differences. 52: 21-25
Bullock M, Hackathorn J, Clark EM, et al. (2011) Can we be (and stay) friends? Remaining friends after dissolution of a romantic relationship. The Journal of Social Psychology. 151: 662-6
Mattingly BA, Clark EM, Weidler DJ, et al. (2011) Sociosexual orientation, commitment, and infidelity: a mediation analysis. The Journal of Social Psychology. 151: 222-6
Wilson K, Mattingly BA, Clark EM, et al. (2011) The gray area: exploring attitudes toward infidelity and the development of the Perceptions of Dating Infidelity Scale. The Journal of Social Psychology. 151: 63-86
Mattingly BA, Oswald DL, Clark EM. (2011) An examination of relational-interdependent self-construal, communal strength, and pro-relationship behaviors in friendships Personality and Individual Differences. 50: 1243-1248
Hackathorn J, Mattingly BA, Clark EM, et al. (2011) Practicing What You Preach: Infidelity Attitudes as a Predictor of Fidelity Current Psychology. 30: 299-311
Mattingly BA, Wilson K, Clark EM, et al. (2010) Foggy faithfulness: Relationship quality, religiosity, and the perceptions of dating infidelity scale in an adult sample Journal of Family Issues. 31: 1465-1480
Mattingly BA, Clark EM. (2010) The role of activity importance and commitment on willingness to sacrifice North American Journal of Psychology. 12: 51-66
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