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If you are able to control yourself, I will trust you: the role of perceived self-control in interpersonal trust.
F Righetti, C Finkenauer
Journal of personality and social psychology 100 (5), 874, 2011
3382011
Machine learning uncovers the most robust self-report predictors of relationship quality across 43 longitudinal couples studies
S Joel, PW Eastwick, CJ Allison, XB Arriaga, ZG Baker, E Bar-Kalifa, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (32), 19061-19071, 2020
2652020
“Who doesn’t?”—The impact of descriptive norms on corruption
NC Köbis, JW Van Prooijen, F Righetti, PAM Van Lange
PloS one 10 (6), e0131830, 2015
1762015
The benefits of interpersonal regulatory fit for individual goal pursuit.
F Righetti, C Finkenauer, C Rusbult
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 101 (4), 720, 2011
1422011
A healthy dose of trust: The relationship between interpersonal trust and health
IK Schneider, EA Konijn, F Righetti, CE Rusbult
Personal relationships 18 (4), 668-676, 2011
1362011
Low self-control promotes the willingness to sacrifice in close relationships
F Righetti, C Finkenauer, EJ Finkel
Psychological Science 24 (8), 1533-1540, 2013
1322013
Living together apart: Perceived concealment as a signal of exclusion in marital relationships
C Finkenauer, P Kerkhof, F Righetti, S Branje
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (10), 1410-1422, 2009
1192009
The prosocial versus proself power holder: How power influences sacrifice in romantic relationships
F Righetti, LB Luchies, S van Gils, EB Slotter, B Witcher, M Kumashiro
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (6), 779-790, 2015
1052015
Prospection in individual and interpersonal corruption dilemmas
NC Köbis, JW van Prooijen, F Righetti, PAM Van Lange
Review of General Psychology 20 (1), 71-85, 2016
1012016
It’s the motive that counts: Perceived sacrifice motives and gratitude in romantic relationships.
ML Visserman, F Righetti, EA Impett, D Keltner, PAM Van Lange
Emotion 18 (5), 625, 2018
952018
Understanding in close relationships: An interpersonal approach
C Finkenauer, F Righetti
European review of social psychology 22 (1), 316-363, 2011
932011
Interdependence and cooperation in daily life.
S Columbus, C Molho, F Righetti, D Balliet
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 120 (3), 626, 2021
842021
The road to bribery and corruption: Slippery slope or steep cliff?
NC Köbis, JW Van Prooijen, F Righetti, PAM Van Lange
Psychological science 28 (3), 297-306, 2017
782017
Sacrifice in close relationships: Motives, emotions, and relationship outcomes
F Righetti, E Impett
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 11 (10), e12342, 2017
772017
Coping with global uncertainty: Perceptions of COVID-19 psychological distress, relationship quality, and dyadic coping for romantic partners across 27 countries
AK Randall, G Leon, E Basili, T Martos, M Boiger, M Baldi, L Hocker, ...
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 39 (1), 3-33, 2022
742022
The burden of empathy: Partners’ responses to divergence of interests in daily life.
F Righetti, J Gere, W Hofmann, ML Visserman, PAM Van Lange
Emotion 16 (5), 684, 2016
612016
Regulatory focus and the Michelangelo phenomenon: How close partners promote one another's ideal selves
F Righetti, C Rusbult, C Finkenauer
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (6), 972-985, 2010
572010
Gossip and reputation in everyday life
TD Dores Cruz, I Thielmann, S Columbus, C Molho, J Wu, F Righetti, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1838), 20200301, 2021
562021
Trust and the suppression of emotions during sacrifice in close relationships
F Righetti, D Balliet, M Visserman, W Hofmann
Social Cognition 33 (5), 505-519, 2015
482015
Speech is silver, nonverbal behavior is gold: How implicit partner evaluations affect dyadic interactions in close relationships
R Faure, F Righetti, M Seibel, W Hofmann
Psychological Science 29 (11), 1731-1741, 2018
462018
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