Singles Study - Ideal Standards, Ideal Flexibility, Self-Perceived Mate Value, Self-Esteem, and Romantic Rejection

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Description: This is the central page of a series of related studies that examine the various relationships between ideal standards, ideal flexibility, self-perceived mate value, self-esteem, and romantic rejection. For each study's rationale, hypotheses, explorations, and analytic plan, see the relevant project component. For information on the original study, see the linked project - Singles Study--Predictive Validity of Ideal Partner Preferences.

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General information: The hypotheses and explorations outlined in these four components The influence of romantic rejection on change in self-perceived mate value, ideal standards, and ideal flexibility The influence of self-perceived mate value, ideal standards, and ideal flexibility on romantic rejection and advancing behavior The role of self-esteem in the relations between ideal standard, ide...

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  • Singles Study--Predictive Validity of Ideal Partner Preferences

    A topic that is currently being hotly debated in the literature is whether the qualities that individuals say they ideally desire in a romantic partne...

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