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College of Arts and Sciences
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (MACP)
Male and female emotional reactions to jealousy arousing situations were investigated. These reactions were studied with relation to subjects ' general and relationship needs. Subjects ' expressed emotions, their general needs, and their relationship needs were measured. The results indicated that: 1) Females express stronger emotions in a jealousy situation, however, the range of expressed emotions for both males and females is similar. 2) Although relationship needs correlated more strongly, than did the general needs, with the expressed emotions, R* values were not high enough to permit understanding or prediction of these emotions through relationship needs.
Harrison, Yola, "Jealousy: Its Emotional Components and its Relationship to Situational Versus General Needs." (1988). UNF Theses and Dissertations. 674.