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Tuesday, May 01, 2018


I would be interested to see if the results would differ in same sex marriages. If there is a difference when an individual assumes a specific role in the marriage other than that ascribed.Or, even, if the female is the provider role in the marriage does this make a difference (as opposed to the male being the primary provider).

It would be interesting to know who stays in the study over time and who does not, for if this is the seventh wave of a study they may be different than folks with extreme problems perhaps. Also if the effects are net all other effects the high stability of some behaviors may limit variance one can find in other associations.

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