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Gary W. Lewandowski Jr. Ph.D.
Breakups are tough, so it's natural to want to get back together. But what does the desire to rekindle a past relationship say about you?
Deciding whether to end a relationship is a big deal. But there's a surprisingly easy way to help you decide: Flip a coin. Though it seems ridiculous, it's revealing.
Dating follows predictable patterns. But what happens when men and women go off script? When roles are reversed, the results can be unexpected.
When you look into your relationship’s future, do you see marriage or will things fizzle out? Rituals provide a deceptively simple glimpse that may reveal your fate.
Flirting is confusing. But by learning more about the science of flirting you may be a little more effective at sending and interpreting the subtle signals.
No one wants to pick the wrong partner, but some people may be especially prone to it. New research show how falling in love too easily can lead to bad decisions.
Ending an engagement is a big decision. What leads people to do it, and what steps can you take to avoid a similar turn of events?
There are lots of reasons why people cheat on a partner. But it may all start with biology. Could our testosterone or estrogen levels actually impact infidelity?
Does getting a tan make us more attractive? Do pale people look less healthy? See what research can tell us about the benefits and consequences of sunbathing.
Are you the type of person who gets cheated on? New research examines the role our personality plays in our partner's infidelity.
Unseen patterns in your relationship past can provide clues for the future.
How has the global pandemic affected romantic relationships? What about how much we argue, couples' sex lives, or their stress? How do they think the virus impacts their future?
How many people consider their relationship partner their best friend? Are best-friend partners better partners? Why are best-friend partners so beneficial?
Now more than ever, our relationships can feel strained. Keep your partnership strong with these 4 research-based steps.
Not sure what to get your relationship partner this Valentine's Day? Here are five research-backed suggestions that will make your relationship stronger.
Dr. Gary W. Lewandowski Jr. is a Professor and former Chair in the Department of Psychology at Monmouth University.