Relationships among Young Adults' Marital Messages Received, Marital Attitudes, and Relationship Self-Efficacy
The authors examined relationships among university students' marital messages received (MMR), marital attitudes, and romantic relationship self-efficacy (RSE). Results indicated that students' marital attitudes and romantic relationship status predicted their level of RSE. The authors found differences in MMR, marital attitudes, and RSE on the basis of gender, ethnicity, age, romantic relationship status, and family-of-origin marital status. Counseling implications, future research directions, and limitations are discussed.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Shurts, Matthew and Myers, Jane E., "Relationships among Young Adults' Marital Messages Received, Marital Attitudes, and Relationship Self-Efficacy" (2012). Department of Counseling Scholarship and Creative Works. 58.