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Diane Felmlee
Diane Felmlee
Professor of Sociology, Pennsylvania University
Verified email at psu.edu
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Status struggles: Network centrality and gender segregation in same-and cross-gender aggression
R Faris, D Felmlee
American Sociological Review 76 (1), 48-73, 2011
4672011
The dissolution of intimate relationships: A hazard model
D Felmlee, S Sprecher, E Bassin
Social Psychology Quarterly, 13-30, 1990
4261990
The influence of parents and friends on the quality and stability of romantic relationships: A three-wave longitudinal investigation
S Sprecher, D Felmlee
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 888-900, 1992
4021992
No couple is an island: A social network perspective on dyadic stability
DH Felmlee
Social forces 79 (4), 1259-1287, 2001
3462001
Factors associated with distress following the breakup of a close relationship
S Sprecher, D Felmlee, S Metts, B Fehr, D Vanni
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 15 (6), 791-809, 1998
2781998
Who's on top? Power in romantic relationships
DH Felmlee
Sex Roles 31 (5), 275-295, 1994
2361994
Women's job mobility processes within and between employers
DH Felmlee
American Sociological Review, 142-151, 1982
1971982
Casualties of social combat: School networks of peer victimization and their consequences
R Faris, D Felmlee
American Sociological Review 79 (2), 228-257, 2014
1922014
The balance of power in romantic heterosexual couples over time from “his” and “her” perspectives
S Sprecher, D Felmlee
Sex Roles 37 (5), 361-379, 1997
1811997
Romantic partners’ perceptions of social network attributes with the passage of time and relationship transitions
S Sprecher, D Felmlee
Personal Relationships 7 (4), 325-340, 2000
1532000
Gender rules: Same-and cross-gender friendships norms
D Felmlee, E Sweet, HC Sinclair
Sex Roles 66 (7), 518-529, 2012
1452012
Social networks and change in personal relationships
S Sprecher, D Felmlee, TL Orbuch, MC Willetts
Stability and change in relationships, 257-284, 2002
1442002
Interethnic relationships: The role of social network diversity
M Clark‐Ibanez, D Felmlee
Journal of marriage and family 66 (2), 293-305, 2004
1362004
Contextual effects in the classroom: The impact of ability groups on student attention
D Felmlee, D Eder
Sociology of Education, 77-87, 1983
1251983
The principle of least interest: Inequality in emotional involvement in romantic relationships
S Sprecher, M Schmeeckle, D Felmlee
Journal of Family Issues 27 (9), 1255-1280, 2006
1242006
Causes and consequences of women's employment discontinuity, 1967-1973
DH Felmlee
Work and Occupations 22 (2), 167-187, 1995
1241995
Girl friends are better: Gender, friends, and crime among school and street youth
B McCarthy, D Felmlee, J Hagan
Criminology 42 (4), 805-836, 2004
1172004
Close relationships and social psychology: Intersections and future paths
D Felmlee, S Sprecher
Social Psychology Quarterly, 365-376, 2000
1162000
Toxic ties: Networks of friendship, dating, and cyber victimization
D Felmlee, R Faris
Social psychology quarterly 79 (3), 243-262, 2016
1152016
Fatal attractions: Affection and disaffection in intimate relationships
DH Felmlee
Journal of social and personal relationships 12 (2), 295-311, 1995
1151995
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