Relationship Quality and Cognitive Reappraisal Moderate the Effects of Negative Urgency on Behavioral Inclinations Toward Aggression and Intimate Partner Violence
Khandis R Blake, Rachel E Hopkins, Joel G Sprunger, Christopher I Eckhardt, Thomas F Denson
Psychology of Violence | American Psychological Association | Published : 2018
Objective: Intimate partner violence refers to verbal and physical aggression occurring between people who are, or were formerly, in an intimate relationship. Using the I3 model framework, we examined the interactive influences of negative urgency (i.e., the tendency to act rashly when in a bad mood), relationship quality, and cognitive reappraisal on hostile vocalizations in response to simulated romantic jealousy. Method: We instructed 135 healthy male or female undergraduates in romantic relationships to use cognitive reappraisal or not. Participants then listened and verbally responded to jealousy-provoking dating scenarios while vocalizations were recorded. Results: Results indicated th..View full abstract
Awarded by Australian Research Council
Preparation of this article was supported by Future Fellowship Grant FT140100291 from the Australian Research Council to Thomas F. Denson. Khandis R. Blake was supported by an Australian Postgraduate Award.