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Master of Arts (M.A.)


Graduate Studies


Among the many issues that need to be addressed on jealousy research, a fundamental question that is yet to be answered is the characterization of the circumstances that elicit jealousy. From the behavioral perspective it is necessary to determine the antecedents related to the behavior being studied, the behavior itself, and finally its consequences. I propose to assess adolescents’ responses in given situations that might be regarded as jealousy evoking.





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