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Welcome Page The Clark Relationship Science Laboratory at Yale University

Recent research in the Clark Relationship Science Laboratory has investigated how expressing negative emotions can promote relationships, how optimal relationship-maintenance behaviors change over the course of a relationship, and how differences in motivation to experience discrete positive emotions may give rise to different adult attachment styles.

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Welcome Page The Clark Relationship Science Laboratory at Yale University

https://clarklab.sites.yale.edu

Recent research in the Clark Relationship Science Laboratory has investigated how expressing negative emotions can promote relationships, how optimal relationship-maintenance behaviors change over the course of a relationship, and how differences in motivation to experience discrete positive emotions may give rise to different adult attachment styles.

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