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Miscellaneous Qualitative Data Materials


There were many other instances in which the interviewer or researcher recorded information relevant to interpreting data.

Telephone Coding Sheet

At Phases 1, 2, and 3, respondents provided open-ended descriptions of conflicts that had occurred in their marriage over a 24-hour time period. Interviewers coded the topic of conflict and how many times conflict occurred.

Anything Else

Respondents were asked during Phase Four to report anything else they felt was important for us to know since the last time they were interviewed.

Benefits of Divorce

Divorced participants were asked during Phase Four to report anything else they feel they gained when they divorced their spouse.

Other Materials

A variety of materials have been collected for many spouses over the four phases such as copies of wedding vows, photos, newspaper clippings, etc.


The PAIR Project at the University of Texas at Austin
Principal Investigator, Ted L. Huston
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