List of Tables – Social Decentering

List of Tables

Table 2.1 Means, standard deviations, and alpha coefficients.
Table 2.2 Coordinates for three-dimensional model of social decentering subscales.
Table 2.3 Correlations of social decentering scale with other scales.
Table 2.4 Results of Predictive Validity Study 3.
Table 3.1 Initial attraction means for and low social decentering pairs.
Table 3.2 Extended time attraction means high for high and low social decentering pairs.
Table 3.3 Percentages of respondents by social decentering pairing and closeness.
Table 4.1 Intimacy and frequency distributions across the relational stages.
Table 6.1 Highest level of education.
Table 6.2 Religious affiliation.
Table 6.3 Combined income.
Table 6.4 Relational scales.
Table 6.5 Correlations between husbands and wives on social decentering subscales.
Table 6.6 Correlations between social decentering and RSSD by marriage length group and age groups.
Table 6.7 Satisfaction means for pairs of high and low social decentering spouses.
Table 6.8 Mean differences in social decentering between each social decentering couple.
Table 6.9 Satisfaction means for pairs of high and low RSSD spouses.
Table 6.10 Husbands’ marital satisfaction for high and low RSSD spouses.
Table 6.11 Wives’ marital satisfaction for high and low RSSD spouses.
Table 6.12 Correlations between respondents’ social decentering and RSSD scores and their self-reported relationship attitudes and communication.
Table 6.13 Differences in husbands’ perceptions of their wife’s relationship attitudes and communication behavior grouped by RSSD ability (high and low).
Table 6.14 Significant differences between the scores of respondents’ in the low and high RSSD groups for their perceptions of their spouse’s relationship attitudes and communication behavior.
Table 6.15 Significant differences in low social decentering wives’ perceptions of the relationship attitudes and communication behavior of their husband according to their husband’s level social decentering (high or low).
Table 6.16 Significant differences in low social decentering husbands’ perceptions of the relationship attitudes and communication behavior of their wife according to their wife’s level of social decentering (high or low).