Sandra L. Murray

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Psychology State University of New York, Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, United States 
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Murray SL, Lamarche V, Seery MD, et al. (2020) The social-safety system: Fortifying relationships in the face of the unforeseeable. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Murray SL, Seery MD, Lamarche VM, et al. (2018) Implicitly imprinting the past on the present: Automatic partner attitudes and the transition to parenthood. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Murray SL, Lamarche V, Seery MD. (2017) Romantic relationships as shared reality defense. Current Opinion in Psychology. 23: 34-37
Murray SL, Lamarche VM, Gomillion S, et al. (2017) In Defense of Commitment: The Curative Power of Violated Expectations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Murray SL, Holmes JG, Griffin DW, et al. (2015) The equilibrium model of relationship maintenance. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 108: 93-113
Gomillion S, Murray SL. (2014) Shifting dependence: the influence of partner instrumentality and self-esteem on responses to interpersonal risk. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 40: 57-69
Murray SL, Holmes JG, Derrick JL, et al. (2013) Cautious to a Fault: Self-Protection and the Trajectory of Marital Satisfaction. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 49: 522-533
Murray SL, Gomillion S, Holmes JG, et al. (2013) The dynamics of relationship promotion: controlling the automatic inclination to trust. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 104: 305-34
Cavallo JV, Holmes JG, Fitzsimons GM, et al. (2012) Managing motivational conflict: how self-esteem and executive resources influence self-regulatory responses to risk. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 103: 430-51
Murray SL, Griffin DW, Derrick JL, et al. (2011) Tempting fate or inviting happiness?: unrealistic idealization prevents the decline of marital satisfaction. Psychological Science. 22: 619-26
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