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Motivacioni SHE model neverstva u partnerskim vezama


Đorđević, Tamara S., 1988-


Stefanović-Stanojević, Tatjana, 1963-
Tošić Radev, Milica
Šakotić Kurbalija, Jelena

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The paper aimed to examine the Motivational SHE model of infidelity in romantic relationships. The theoretical basis of the research comprises the theory of attachment, which includes the anxiety and avoidance dimensions, the self-expansion model of motivation and cognition in close relationships, which distinguishes self-expansion motivation and inclusion of other in the self, the deficit model, which refers to the basic needs that are met in close relationships (emotional, sexual and communication); theTriP theory of love, which includes three components: intimacy, passion, and commitment. The study involved 411 females and 110 males, classified into three age categories - X, Y, Z generations. The participants completed the online questionnaire, and the following scales were used: Modified Brennan’s Close Relationships Inventory, Self-Expansion Questionnaire, Inclusion of Other in the Self, Social and Emotional Loneliness Scale, New Sexual Satisfaction Scale, Marital Communication Quality Scale, Love Scale, and Romantic Relationships Infidelity Motivation Scale. The regression analysis procedure was used to check the possibility of predicting criterion variables based on predictor variables. The SEM analysis (structural equation modeling) procedure was used to determine mediator relations and test the model. The results show that motivation for infidelity can be predicted based on attachment. The S, H, E components of the model were found to be predictable from attachment. Moreover, the motivation for infidelity was found to be predictable from S, H, and E components. Also, the findings indicate aNauĉna disciplina:UDK:CERIFklasifikacija:Tip licenceKreativne zajednice:different quality of motivation for infidelity in men and women. Significant findings indicate the existence of mediation of parts of S and H components in the male sample. At the same time, there is a mediation ofthe E component between attachment and motivation for infidelity in women. The basic hypothesis was confirmed, and the obtained models correspond to the data. The Motivational SHE Theory of Infidelity in Romantic Relationships was proposed, built upon the Motivational SHE Model of Infidelity in Romantic Relationships and obtained material from previous research.

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Bibliografija: listovi 146-160 Datum odbrane: 07.06.2023. Psychology

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