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В статье приводятся результаты обзора публикаций, использующих корреляционный, регрессионный анализ и методы машинного обучения, по проблеме выявления и оценки предикторов удовлетворенности отношениями. Проведен мета-анализ по оценке размера эффекта для психологических характеристик черт большой пятерки и стиля привязанности с удовлетворенностью отношениями. Наибольший отрицательный размер эффекта получен для нейротизма (-0,3), избегающего (-0,51) и тревожного (-0,3) стилей привязанности. Также показано, что для женщин и мужчин наблюдаются статистически значимые различия в величине эффекта для избегающего стиля привязанности (-0,59 для женщин и -0,45 для мужчин), и значимое уменьшение показателя удовлетворенности отношениями с увеличением возраста испытуемых с избегающим стилем привязанности без учета пола. Представлена интерпретация полученных результатов.

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удовлетворенность браком стиль привязанности большая пятерка конфликтное поведение

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Анастасия Сергеевна Панфилова, Институт психологии РАН, Москва, Россия

кандидат технических наук, научный сотрудник, лаборатория психологии и психофизиологии творчества

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Панфилова, А.С. 2021. Что определяет удовлетворенность близкими отношениями? Обзор и мета-анализ. Ученые записки Института психологии РАН. 1, 2 (дек. 2021), 86–101.
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