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Relational turbulence in the post-deployment transition: Self, partner, and relationship focused turbulence

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Relational turbulence in the post-deployment transition: Self, partner, and relationship focused turbulence
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Theiss
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Jennifer A.
Affiliation
Communication, Rutgers University
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author
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Knobloch
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Leanne K.
Affiliation
University of Illinois
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author
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Communication
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School of Communication and Information (SC&I)
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Article, Refereed
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Peer reviewed
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2014
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English
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41 p.
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Military deployment
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Partner interference
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Relational turbulence
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Relational uncertainty
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Relationship satisfaction
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Turmoil
Abstract (type = abstract)
This study applied the relational turbulence model to the communication of U.S. service members and at-home partners following the return from a tour of duty by evaluating three turbulence markers: (a) relational maintenance, (b) partner responsiveness, and (c) turmoil appraisals. Participants were 235 individuals (128 service members, 107 at-home partners) who completed an online questionnaire within six months following reunion. Relational uncertainty and interference from partners predicted turbulence markers, and they partially mediated the association between relationship satisfaction and turbulence markers. Results suggest that the relational turbulence model is useful for illuminating the experiences of military couples during the post-deployment transition. Findings also point to turbulence markers that may be salient during a variety of relationship transitions.
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2014
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Communication Research
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41(1)
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https://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0093650211429285
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27-51
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Theiss, Jennifer A.
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rucore30197800001
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doi:10.7282/T3028TMT
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Accepted Manuscript
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