In the present study gender differences within enduring and committed romantic relationships were examined by comparing men and women in relationships across a wide array of factors known to directly or indirectly influence relationship satisfaction attachment style trust provision of partner support sometimes referred to as caregiving . Social role theory these different roles have led men and women to behave differently in and to think differently about romantic relationships for example because men are used to being independent and it is familiar they tend to be more resistant to marriage where they would have to be in a codependent state. Gender perception differences 2 abstract television and other media influence expectations and perceptions of love and marriage in this experiment various gender behaviors of sex and relationships were shown in the context of romantic relationships on television participants interest character approval. Romantic relationships health social influences on health gender differences understanding individuals perceptions of their romantic partners influences on their health has implications for health care professionals abilities to implement intervention and promotion efforts utilizing romantic partners as sources of support . Tiana guillermo amy laughlin gender differences in romantic relationships gender differences arise in romantic relationships due to differences in love sex and self disclosure men and women differ in style of communication due to biological and social differences factors include location background education age and gender
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