This research is based on a doctoral dissertation submitted to the Department of Psychology, University at Albany, State University of New York by James A. Cranford. Partial support for this work came from NIH Grant T32-MH19890. I would like to thank Glenn S. Sanders (Chair), Donn Byrne, and James Jaccard for serving on my dissertation committee and for their guidance throughout this project. I also thank Patrick E. Shrout, Niall Bolger, James C. Coyne, Eshkol Rafaeli, members of the New York University Couples Research Lab, the action editor and four anonymous reviewers for helpful comments and suggestions on earlier drafts of this paper. I am especially grateful to Patrick E. Shrout for his assistance with the statistical analyses.
Stress-buffering or stress-exacerbation? Social support and social undermining as moderators of the relationship between perceived stress and depressive symptoms among married people
Version of Record online: 11 FEB 2004
Volume 11, Issue 1, pages 23–40, March 2004
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Cranford, J. A. (2004), Stress-buffering or stress-exacerbation? Social support and social undermining as moderators of the relationship between perceived stress and depressive symptoms among married people. Personal Relationships, 11: 23–40. doi: 10.1111/j.1475-6811.2004.00069.x
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