By Jerome M. Sattler
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Markman et al. (1987) and Smith et al. (1990) found that introducing personality factors into the equation substantially reduced the predictive power of communication and conflict variables. Indirect Effects. Interpersonalprocess variables are generally seen as the most contiguous to the marital quality variable; therefore, no indirect effects are indicated. Gender Issues. While some have found gender differences (Filsinger & Thoma, 1988), others suggest that gender differences may be very small (Dindia, 1994).
Since teenage marriages are considerably less stable than marriages contracted when persons are in their 20s, and marriages contracted in the mid to late 20s (after about age 25) may not experience any increase in stability (Burr, 1973; Vaillant, 1978), this relationship may be curvilinear. Other sociocultural indicators, such as premarital Premarital Factors and Later Marital Quality and Stability 19 education, income, occupation, and race, continue to have some predictive ability, but usually drop out of the prediction when other premarital factors are entered into the equation (Whyte, 1990).
Since marriage is a social contract, not merely an individual one, it must meet individual and social standards of assessment. 20 Chapter 1 Gender Issues. No studies have specifically looked at gender differences in how social contexts relate to later marital quality. We hypothesize that premarital social context factors, both structural variables and indicators ofsocial network support, are related directly to marital quality. We further hypothesize that social context is also indirectly related to marital quality through the intervening factor ofcouple interactional processes.
Assessment of Children by Jerome M. Sattler