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Participant characteristics and outcomes of relationship education in the transition to parenthood
The study investigated characteristics of couples who chose to attend a relationship education (RE) program offered nationwide in Norway for couples after having their first child, and how participants in RE developed ...
Loneliness, social integration and consumption of sugar-containing beverages: Testing the social baseline theory
(Public Library of Science, 2014-08-08)
Objective: Social Baseline Theory (SBT) proposes that close relationships aid in metabolic resource management and that individuals without significant relationships may experience more demands on their own neural metabolic ...
Relationship Satisfaction Reduces the Risk of Maternal Infectious Diseases in Pregnancy: The Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study
Objectives: The aims of this study were to explore the degree to which relationship satisfaction predicts the risk of infectious diseases during pregnancy and to examine whether relationship satisfaction moderates the ...
Changes in alcohol use and relationship satisfaction in Norwegian couples during pregnancy
(BioMed Central, 2013-01-28)
Background: Numerous studies have documented a profound reduction in alcohol use among pregnant women, whereas research on expectant fathers has been scarce. The aim of this study was to measure changes in alcohol consumption ...
Effect of pre-pregnancy alcohol consumption on postpartum relationship satisfaction and divorce among Norwegian mothers
(Libertas Academica, 2015)
This study assessed the effect of prepregnancy level of alcohol use among mothers on relationship breakups with young children at 36 months after birth and the extent to which relationship satisfaction (RS) throughout the ...