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Kenneth Tan
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Social relations, health behaviors, and health outcomes: A survey and synthesis
L Tay, K Tan, E Diener, E Gonzalez
Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being 5 (1), 28-78, 2013
2392013
Sweet love: The effects of sweet taste experience on romantic perceptions
D Ren, K Tan, XB Arriaga, KQ Chan
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 32 (7), 905-921, 2015
472015
Using multiple methods to more fully understand causal relations: Positive affect enhances social relationships
S MOORE, E Diener, K TAN
Noba Scholar, 2018
412018
Committed to us: Predicting relationship closeness following nonmarital romantic relationship breakup
K Tan, CR Agnew, LE VanderDrift, SM Harvey
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 32 (4), 456-471, 2015
392015
Impulsivity, communication, and marital satisfaction in newlywed couples
K Tan, AM Jarnecke, SC South
Personal Relationships 24 (2), 423-439, 2017
322017
Commitment readiness and relationship formation
BW Hadden, CR Agnew, K Tan
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (8), 1242-1257, 2018
282018
Ease of retrieval effects on relationship commitment: The role of future plans
K Tan, CR Agnew
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (2), 161-171, 2016
272016
Running on empty: Measuring psychological dependence in close relationships lacking satisfaction
K Tan, XB Arriaga, CR Agnew
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 35 (7), 977-998, 2018
242018
It’s about time: Readiness, commitment, and stability in close relationships
CR Agnew, BW Hadden, K Tan
Social Psychological and Personality Science 10 (8), 1046-1055, 2019
142019
Seeking and ensuring interdependence: Desiring commitment and the strategic initiation and maintenance of close relationships
K Tan, CR Agnew, BW Hadden
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 46 (1), 36-50, 2020
122020
Relationships and well-being
K Tan, L Tay
Noba textbook series: Psychology. Champaign, IL: DEF publishers, 2017
92017
Partner's understanding of affective–cognitive meta‐bases predicts relationship quality
K Tan, YHM See, CR Agnew
Personal Relationships 22 (3), 524-535, 2015
72015
Relationship receptivity theory: Timing in close relationships
C AGNEW, B HADDEN, K TAN
Cambridge University Press, 2020
32020
The investment model scale
C AGNEW, E BESIKCI, K TAN
Springer, 2017
22017
Borderline personality traits and romantic relationship dissolution
K Tan, SH Ingram, LA LAU, S SOUTH
Journal of Personality Disorders 36 (2), 1, 2022
12022
Dyadic positive and negative religious coping among older Singaporean couples and marital satisfaction.
GJ Lai, K Tan, M Tan, G Cheong, C Cheng, M Mathew
Journal of Family Psychology, 2022
2022
The long and short of mistress relationships: Sex‐differentiated mate preferences reflect a compromise of mating ideals
BKC Choy, NP Li, K Tan
Journal of Personality, 2022
2022
Effects of economic uncertainty and socioeconomic status on reproductive timing: A life history approach
K Tan, NP Li, AL Meltzer, JLJ Chin, LKL Tan, AJ Lim, SL Neuberg, ...
Current Research in Ecological and Social Psychology 3, 100040, 2022
2022
Tugging at their heartstrings: Partner’s knowledge of affective meta-bases predicts use of emotional advocacies in close relationships
K Tan, YHM See
Social Cognition 40 (2), 1, 2022
2022
Current Research in Ecological and Social Psychology
C Wan, WV Yeung
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