It’s been a while since we’ve checked in with Relationship Matters, the official podcast of the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. They’ve released a bunch of awesome new episodes over the last couple of months. Check them out!
- Episode #57 – Narrative meaning making, attachment, and psychological growth and stress: Matthew Graci (Emory University) discusses understanding how people turn episodes in time into subjectively meaningful narratives which can shed light on adaptive meaning-making processes. Read the associated article here.
- Episode #56 – Physiology and pillow talk: Amanda Denes (University of Connecticut) talks about the association between individual differences in testosterone and communication after sexual activity. Read the associated article here.
- Episode #55 – Sexualized, objectified, but not satisfied: Laura R. Ramsey (Bridgewater State University) talks about the effect of objectification in romantic relationships. Read the associated article here.
- Episode #54 – Marital quality and loneliness in later life: Jeffrey E. Stokes (Boston College) talks about loneliness in marriage. Read the associated article here.