Leuven couples study 2014

Previous Next

Citation article

Title:
Partner-expected affect: How you feel now is predicted by how your partner thought you felt before
Authors:
Sels, L., Ceulemans, E., Kuppens, P.
Year of publication:
2017
Journal name:
Emotion
Volume number:
17
Issue number:
7
Page numbers:
1066-1077
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.1037/emo0000304

Measure details

Baseline session:
Yes
Followup session:
No
Study design:
Romantic couples reported on their own emotions and their partner's emotions 10 times a day throughout 1 week.
ESM measurement waves:
1
Ethics granting body:
---
Ethics protocol number:
Unknown.

Study details

Location:
Belgium
Background information:
Heterosexual couples (a) in a relationship for at least 2 months, (b) heterosexual, (c) over the age of 18, and (d) both partners willing to participate in the study. Couples both completing ESM.
Language:
Dutch
Setting:
IP
Collection platform:
mobileQ
Days of ESM data collection:
7
Number of ESM measures per day:
10
Sampling schedule:
Stratified random interval
ESM schedule start time:
10:00
ESM schedule end time:
22:00
ESM schedule duration:
12

Sample details

Type of sample:
---
Recruitment information:
Recruited through social media, and flyers and ads in community and relationship therapy centers.
Incentives:
40 euros.
Exclusions:
---

Contact info

Contact:
Laura Sels
Contact email:
laura.sels@ugent.be
Selection Variable Info Assessment type Constructs
PRQCI_8 How close is your relationship? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_7 How intimate is your relationship? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
BEEP Beep number ESM
YEAR ESM year ESM
MONTH ESM month ESM
ESM_BREAK If they took breaks in the ESM protocol, how many breaks did they take? ESM
KIDS do they have children Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS FAMILY
KIDS_NUM if children, how many Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS FAMILY
ANG How angry do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT ANGER NEGATIVE_AFFECT
DEP How depressed do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT DEPRESSION NEGATIVE_AFFECT
SAD How sad do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT SADNESS
ANX How anxious do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT ANXIETY NEGATIVE_AFFECT
RLX How relaxed do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT RELAXATION
SAT How satisfied do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT SATISFACTION
HAP How happy do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT HAPPINESS POSITIVE_AFFECT
CHEER How cheerful do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT CHEERFULNESS POSITIVE_AFFECT
STR Have you been under stress since the previous beep? ESM SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
CONF How much self-confidence do you have at the moment? ESM SELF SELF_ESTEEM
NEGEV_PARTNER Since the last beep, has anything POSITIVE happened that involved your partner? ESM EVENT POSITIVE_EVENT RELATIONSHIP SITUATION_CONTEXT
POSEV_PARTNER Since the last beep, has anything NEGATIVE happened that involved your partner? ESM EVENT NEGATIVE_EVENT RELATIONSHIP SITUATION_CONTEXT
NEGEV_NOPARTNER Since the last beep, has anything POSITIVE happened that didn't involve your partner? ESM EVENT POSITIVE_EVENT RELATIONSHIP SITUATION_CONTEXT
POSEV_NOPARTNER Since the last beep, has anything NEGATIVE happened that didn't involve your partner? ESM EVENT NEGATIVE_EVENT RELATIONSHIP SITUATION_CONTEXT
CONTACT Have you been in contact with your partner since the last beep? ESM RELATIONSHIP SOCIAL
EXP_TOPARTNER Have you expressed your emotions to your partner since the last beep? ESM AFFECT EXPRESSION
EXP_FROMPARTNER Has your partner expressed his / her emotions to you since the last beep? ESM AFFECT EXPRESSION
CONTACT_NOW Are you currently with your partner? ESM RELATIONSHIP SOCIAL
HAPPY_PARTNER how happy are you to see your partner right now? ESM RELATIONSHIP SOCIAL
CONNECT_PARTNER Do you feel that you and your partner on the same wavelength? ESM RELATIONSHIP SOCIAL
SHARE_PARTNER Since the last beep, have you talked to your partner about a problem that either or both of you have encountered? ESM RELATIONSHIP SOCIAL SOCIAL_SHARING
GENDER Gender Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS GENDER
AGE Age (in years) Baseline AGE DEMOGRAPHICS
NAT Nationality Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS NATIONALITY
EDU Education Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS EDUCATION
REL_DURAT How long have you been with your partner? Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS RELATIONSHIP
REL_BREAK Were there breaks in your relationship? Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS RELATIONSHIP
REL_BREAK_NUM If so, how many breaks? Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS RELATIONSHIP
REL_DURAT_KNOW How long have you known your partner (include the period that you are not a couple)? First you can enter the number of years, then the number of months Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS RELATIONSHIP
REL What is your marital status? Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS RELATIONSHIP
REL_DAYS How many days a week do you see your partner? Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS RELATIONSHIP
REL_HOURS How many hours do you see your partner on average per day? Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS RELATIONSHIP
REL_EVENTS Do you feel that recent positive or negative events are currently playing a role in your relationship? Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS EVENT RELATIONSHIP
REL_EVENTS_LIST Please indicate what these recent positive or negative events that have impacted your relationship are Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS EVENT RELATIONSHIP
REL_EVENTS_IMPACT To what extent do you think these events still affect your relationship? Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS EVENT RELATIONSHIP
RAS_1 How well does your partner meet your needs? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
RAS_2 In general, how satisfied are you with your relationship? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
RAS_3 How good is your relationship compared to most? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
RAS_4 How often do you wish you hadn’t gotten into this relationship? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
RAS_5 To what extent has your relationship met your original expectations? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
RAS_6 How much do you love your partner? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
RAS_7 How many problems are there in your relationship? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_1 How satisfied are you with your relationship? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_2 How content are you with your relationship? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_3 How happy are you with your relationship? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_4 How committed are you to your relationship? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_5 How dedicated are you to your relationship? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_6 How devoted are you to your relationship? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_9 How connected are you to your partner? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_10 How much do you trust your partner? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_11 How much can you count on yoru partner? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_12 How dependendable is your partner? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_13 How passionate is your relationship? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_14 How lustful is your relationship? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_15 How sexually intense is your relationship? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_16 How much do you love your partner? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_17 How much do you adore your partner? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_18 How much do you cherish your partner? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
ECR_SF_1 It helps to turn to my romantic partner in times of need. Baseline ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIP
ECR_SF_2 I need a lot of reassurance that I am loved by my partner. Baseline ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIP
ECR_SF_3 I want to get close to my partner, but I keep pulling back. Baseline ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIP
ECR_SF_4 I find that my partner doesn't want to get as close as I would like. Baseline ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIP
ECR_SF_5 I turn to my partner for many things, including comfort and reassurance Baseline ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIP
ECR_SF_6 My desire to be very close sometimes scares people away. Baseline ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIP
ECR_SF_7 I try to avoid getting too close to my partner. Baseline ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIP
ECR_SF_8 I don't worry about being abandoned. Baseline ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIP
ECR_SF_9 I usually discuss my problems and concerns with my partner. Baseline ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIP
ECR_SF_10 I get frustrated if my romantic partner is not available when I need them. Baseline ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIP
ECR_SF_11 I am nervous when my partner gets too close to me. Baseline ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIP
ECR_SF_12 I worry that a romantic partner won't care about me as much as I care about them. Baseline ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIP
REL_EQUAL Sometimes things get out of balance in a relationship and then one partner contributes more to the relationship than the other partner. Think of all the times when this was the case for a time in your relationship, which one of you was more likely to be the one who contributes more? Baseline RELATIONSHIP
WIAS_1 Mild Baseline SOCIAL
WIAS_2 Dominant Baseline SOCIAL
WIAS_3 Shy Baseline SOCIAL
WIAS_4 Quarrelsome Baseline SOCIAL
WIAS_5 Tender Baseline SOCIAL
WIAS_6 Assertive Baseline SOCIAL
WIAS_7 Submissive Baseline SOCIAL
WIAS_8 Cold Baseline SOCIAL
TIPI_1 Extraverted, enthusiastic. Baseline EXTRAVERSION PERSONALITY
TIPI_2 Critical, quarrelsome. Baseline AGREEABLENESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_3 Dependable, self-disciplined. Baseline CONSCIENTIOUSNESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_4 Anxious, easily upset. Baseline NEUROTICISM PERSONALITY
TIPI_5 Open to new experiences, complex. Baseline OPENNESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_6 Reserved, quiet. Baseline EXTRAVERSION PERSONALITY
TIPI_7 Sympathetic, warm. Baseline AGREEABLENESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_8 Disorganized, careless. Baseline CONSCIENTIOUSNESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_9 Calm, emotionally stable. Baseline NEUROTICISM PERSONALITY
TIPI_10 Conventional, uncreative. Baseline OPENNESS PERSONALITY
CESD_1 I was bothered by things that don’t usually bother me Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_2 I did not feel like eating; my appetite was poor Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_3 I felt that I could not shake off the blues even with the help of my family and friends Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_4 I felt that I was just as good as other people Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_5 I had trouble keeping my mind on what I was doing Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_6 I felt depressed Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_7 I felt everything I did was an effort Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_8 I felt hopeful about the future Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_9 I thought my life had been a failure Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_10 I felt fearful Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_11 My sleep was restless Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_12 I was happy Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_13 I talked less than usual Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_14 I felt lonely Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_15 People were unfriendly Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_16 I enjoyed life Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_17 I had crying spells Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_18 I felt sad Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_19 I felt that people disliked me Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_20 I could not get “going” Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
IRI_EC_1 I often have tender, concerned feelings for people less fortunate than me. Baseline EMPATHY SOCIAL
IRI_PT_1 I sometimes find it difficult to see things from the "other guy's" point of view. Baseline EMPATHY SOCIAL
IRI_EC_2 Sometimes I don't feel very sorry for other people when they are having problems Baseline EMPATHY SOCIAL
IRI_PT_2 I try to look at everybody's side of a disagreement before I make a decision. Baseline EMPATHY SOCIAL
IRI_EC_3 When I see someone being taken advantage of, I feel kind of protective towards them. Baseline EMPATHY SOCIAL
IRI_PT_3 I sometimes try to understand my friends better by imagining how things look from their perspective Baseline EMPATHY SOCIAL
IRI_EC_4 Other people's misfortunes do not usually disturb me a great deal. Baseline EMPATHY SOCIAL
IRI_PT_4 If I'm sure I'm right about something, I don't waste much time listening to other people's arguments Baseline EMPATHY SOCIAL
IRI_EC_5 When I see someone being treated unfairly, I sometimes don't feel very much pity for them. Baseline EMPATHY SOCIAL
IRI_EC_6 I am often quite touched by things that I see happen. Baseline EMPATHY SOCIAL
RSE_5 I feel I don’t have much to be proud of Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
IRI_PT_5 I believe that there are two sides to every question and try to look at them both. Baseline EMPATHY SOCIAL
IRI_EC_7 I would describe myself as a pretty soft-hearted person. Baseline EMPATHY SOCIAL
IRI_PT_6 When I'm upset at someone, I usually try to "put myself in his shoes" for a while. Baseline EMPATHY SOCIAL
IRI_PT_7 Before criticizing somebody, I try to imagine how I would feel if I were in their place. Baseline EMPATHY SOCIAL
ERQ_1 When I want to feel more positive emotion (such as joy or amusement), I change what I’m thinking about Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_2 I keep my emotions to myself Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_3 When I want to feel a less negative emotion (such as sadness or anger), I change what I’m thinking about. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_4 When I am feeling positiveemotions, I am careful not to express them Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_5 When I’m faced with a stressful situation, I make myself think about it,in a way that helps me stay calm Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_6 I control my emotions by not expressing them Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_7 When I want to feel more positiveemotion, I change the way I’m thinkingabout the situation Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_8 I control my emotions by changing the way I think about the situation I’m in Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_9 When I am feeling negative emotions, I make sure not to express them Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_10 When I want to feel a less negativeemotion, I change the way I’m thinkingabout the situation Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
PANAS_NL_2 Anxious Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_5 Determined Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_18 Nervous Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_12 Hostile Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_13 Embarassed Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_16 Attentive Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_17 Inspired Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_10 Active Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_19 Sad Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_20 Alert Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
RSE_1 Generally, I am happy with myself Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_2 Sometimes I don’t think I’m good for anything Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_3 I feel I have a number of good qualities Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_4 I can do things as well as most other people Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_6 Sometimes I feel useless Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
SWL_1 In most ways my life is close to ideal Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_2 The conditions of my life are excellent Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_3 I am satisfied with my life Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_4 So far I have gotten the important things I want in life Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_5 If I could live my life over, I would change almost nothing Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
PSS_1 how often have you been upset because of something that happened unexpectedly? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_2 how often have you felt that you were unable to control the important things in your life? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_3 how often have you felt nervous and “stressed”? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_4 how often have you felt confident about your ability to handle your personal problems? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_5 how often have you felt that things were going your way? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_6 how often have you found that you could not cope with all the things you had to do? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_7 how often have you been able to control irritations in your life? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_8 how often have you felt you were on top of things? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_9 how often have you been angered because of things that were outside of your control? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_10 how often have you felt your difficulties were piling up so high that you could not overcome them? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
RELAT_STILL Are you still together with the same partner as during the couples study? Follow_up DEMOGRAPHICS RELATIONSHIP
RAS_1 How well does your partner meet your needs? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
RAS_2 In general, how satisfied are you with your relationship? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
RAS_3 How good is your relationship compared to most? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
RAS_4 How often do you wish you hadn’t gotten into this relationship? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
RAS_5 To what extent has your relationship met your original expectations? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
RAS_6 How much do you love your partner? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
RAS_7 How many problems are there in your relationship? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_1 How satisfied are you with your relationship? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_2 How content are you with your relationship? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_3 How happy are you with your relationship? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_4 How committed are you to your relationship? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_5 How dedicated are you to your relationship? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_6 How devoted are you to your relationship? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_7 How intimate is your relationship? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_8 How close is your relationship? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_9 How connected are you to your partner? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_10 How much do you trust your partner? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_11 How much can you count on yoru partner? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_12 How dependendable is your partner? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_13 How passionate is your relationship? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_14 How lustful is your relationship? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_15 How sexually intense is your relationship? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_16 How much do you love your partner? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_17 How much do you adore your partner? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
PRQCI_18 How much do you cherish your partner? Follow_up RELATIONSHIP
CESD_1 I was bothered by things that don’t usually bother me Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_2 I did not feel like eating; my appetite was poor Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_3 I felt that I could not shake off the blues even with the help of my family and friends Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_4 I felt that I was just as good as other people Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_5 I had trouble keeping my mind on what I was doing Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_6 I felt depressed Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_7 I felt everything I did was an effort Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_8 I felt hopeful about the future Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_9 I thought my life had been a failure Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_10 I felt fearful Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_11 My sleep was restless Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_12 I was happy Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_13 I talked less than usual Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_14 I felt lonely Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_15 People were unfriendly Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_16 I enjoyed life Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_17 I had crying spells Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_18 I felt sad Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_19 I felt that people disliked me Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_20 I could not get “going” Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
SWL_1 In most ways my life is close to ideal Follow_up HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_2 The conditions of my life are excellent Follow_up HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_3 I am satisfied with my life Follow_up HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_4 So far I have gotten the important things I want in life Follow_up HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_5 If I could live my life over, I would change almost nothing Follow_up HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
PSS_1 how often have you been upset because of something that happened unexpectedly? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_2 how often have you felt that you were unable to control the important things in your life? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_3 how often have you felt nervous and “stressed”? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_4 how often have you felt confident about your ability to handle your personal problems? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_5 how often have you felt that things were going your way? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_6 how often have you found that you could not cope with all the things you had to do? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_7 how often have you been able to control irritations in your life? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_8 how often have you felt you were on top of things? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_9 how often have you been angered because of things that were outside of your control? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_10 how often have you felt your difficulties were piling up so high that you could not overcome them? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_1 Stomach ache Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_2 Backache Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_3 Pain in the arms, legs or joints (knees, hips, etc…) Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_4 Menstrual pain or other problems during menstruation (only for women!) Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_5 Headache Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_6 Chest pain Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_7 Dizziness Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_8 Fainting or tendency to faint Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_9 palpitations Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_10 shortness of breath Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_11 Pain or problems with intercourse Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_12 Constipation, loose stools or diarrhea Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_13 Nausea, bloating, or digestive problems (indigestion) Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_14 Feeling tired or lacking energy Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
PHEALTHQ_15 Difficulty falling asleep, difficulty staying asleep, or sleeping too much Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH SYMPTOMS
GEN_HEALTH How would you rate your physical health in general? Follow_up PHYSICAL_HEALTH
GRID_AROUSAL Arousal: computed from the affect grid ESM AFFECT AROUSAL
GRID_VALENCE Valence: computed from the affect grid ESM AFFECT VALENCE
GRID_AROUSAL_PARTNER Partner's Arousal: computed from the affect grid ESM AFFECT AROUSAL
GRID_VALENCE_PARTNER Partner's Valence: computed from the affect grid ESM AFFECT VALENCE
GRID_WARM Warmth: computed from the affect grid ESM RELATIONSHIP SOCIAL
GRID_DOM Dominance: computed from the affect grid ESM RELATIONSHIP SOCIAL
GRID_WARM_PARTNER Partner's Warmth: computed from the affect grid ESM RELATIONSHIP SOCIAL
GRID_DOM_PARTNER Partner's Dominance: computed from the affect grid ESM RELATIONSHIP SOCIAL
COUPLE_ID ID for couples Baseline