7 Psychology Studies On Love’s Strange Secrets

Uncover love’s strange secrets with these seven illuminating psychology studies on relationships.

Uncover love’s strange secrets with these seven illuminating psychology studies on relationships.

These seven psychology studies explore how we navigate love, loss and connection.

They shed light on how our gender can influence our priorities, how we recover from heartbreak and the subtle dynamics that shape long-term partnerships.

They also explore the impact of bullying on teenagers and the power of self-compassion in romantic relationships.

These studies are all from the members-only section of PsyBlog — if you are not already, find out how to become a PsyBlog member here.


What Men And Women Really Get Jealous About (M)

Are you misinterpreting your partner’s jealousy triggers?


This Is How Long It Takes To Recover From Divorce And Breakups (M)

Researchers tracked over 200,000 people to reveal the hidden impact of breakups on mental health.


Revealing The Unconscious Thoughts That Shape Your Relationship (M)

Learn why positivity might not be enough to save your love life.


Why People Who Are Bullied Develop Relationship Problems (M)

How bullying in adolescence plants seeds of suspicion that lead to mental health struggles later in life.


How To Unleash The Beautiful Emotion That Transforms Relationships (M)

The transformative power of this emotion in romantic relationships.


The Percentage Of Men And Women Open To Multiple Partners

Up to 5 percent of people in the U.S. report they are currently in a consensual non-monogamous relationships.


Who Says “I Love You” First: Men Or Women? (M)

Saying “I love you” is a risk — if it is not reciprocated it could irreparably damage the relationship.


Author: Dr Jeremy Dean

Psychologist, Jeremy Dean, PhD is the founder and author of PsyBlog. He holds a doctorate in psychology from University College London and two other advanced degrees in psychology. He has been writing about scientific research on PsyBlog since 2004.

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