spent the years from 1993 to1997 with the Project, interviewing respondents, working on
the guide to constructs, and constructing the integrated
database. He also co-authored the following papers:
John is currently an Assistant Professor at the University
of Nebraska at Lincoln, where he continues to pursue an interest in interpersonal
communication. Some of his other works include:
||Caughlin & Vangelisti, "Desire for change in one's
partner as a predictor of the demand/withdraw pattern of marital communication."
||Caughlin & Vangelisti, "An individual difference
explanation of why couples engage in the demand/withdraw pattern of marital
communication." (in prep)
||Johnson, M.P., Caughlin, J.P., & Huston, T.L. (in
press). The tripartite nature of marital commitment: Personal, moral, and structural
reasons to stay married. Journal of Marriage and the Family.
||Vangelisti, A.L., & Caughlin, J.P. (1997). Revealing
family secrets: The influence of topic, function, and relationships. Journal of Social and
Personal Relationships, 14, 679-705.
The PAIR Project at the University of Texas at Austin
Principal Investigator, Ted L. Huston
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