University Students Leaving Relationships (USLR): Scale Development and Gender Differences in Decisions to Leave Romantic Relationships

Hendy, Helen M.; Can, S. Hakan; Joseph, Lauren J.; Scherer, Cory R.
July 2013
Measurement & Evaluation in Counseling & Development;Jul2013, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p232
Academic Journal
The University Students Leaving Relationships scale was developed to identify student concerns when contemplating dissolution of romantic relationships. Participants included 1,106 students who rated the importance of issues when deciding to leave relationships. Factor analysis produced three dimensions: Missing the Relationship, Social Embarrassment, and Fear of Harm.


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