Linda Acitelli

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Houston, Houston, TX, United States 
Area:
Social Psychology, Cognitive Psychology
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Brunson JA, Øverup CS, Acitelli LK. (2018) Lover and learner: Exploring relational schema change following relationship dissolution. The Journal of Social Psychology. 1-14
Badr H, Acitelli LK. (2017) Re-thinking dyadic coping in the context of chronic illness. Current Opinion in Psychology. 13: 44-48
Badr H, Acitelli LK. (2017) Re-thinking dyadic coping in the context of chronic illness Current Opinion in Psychology. 13: 44-48
Øverup CS, Brunson JA, Acitelli LK. (2015) Presenting Different Selves to Different People: Self-Presentation as a Function of Relationship Type and Contingent Self-Esteem. The Journal of General Psychology. 142: 213-237
Brunson JA, Acitelli LK, Sharp C. (2015) Exploring the dynamic nature of "us": An integrative approach to relationship cognition. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. 79: 131-65
Øverup CS, DiBello AM, Brunson JA, et al. (2015) Drowning the pain: intimate partner violence and drinking to cope prospectively predict problem drinking. Addictive Behaviors. 41: 152-61
Acitelli LK, Wickham RE, Brunson JA, et al. (2015) Relationship partners have shared scripts for conversations about the relationship: A replication and extension Family Science. 6: 99-108
Brunson JA, Acitelli LK, Sharp C. (2015) Exploring the dynamic nature of "us": An integrative approach to relationship cognition Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. 79: 131-165
Øverup CS, Brunson JA, Steers Mai-Ly NLN, et al. (2014) I know I have to earn your love: how the family environment shapes feelings of worthiness of love International Journal of Adolescence and Youth
Steers MLN, Wickham RE, Acitelli LK. (2014) Seeing everyone else's highlight reels: How Facebook usage is linked to depressive symptoms Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. 33: 701-731
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