Casey Totenhagen
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Retaining early childhood education workers: A review of the empirical literature
CJ Totenhagen, SA Hawkins, DM Casper, LA Bosch, KR Hawkey, ...
Journal of research in childhood education 30 (4), 585-599, 2016
Youth financial literacy: A review of key considerations and promising delivery methods
CJ Totenhagen, DM Casper, KM Faber, LA Bosch, CB Wiggs, LM Borden
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 36, 167-191, 2015
Stress and relationship functioning in same‐sex couples: The vulnerabilities of internalized homophobia and outness
CJ Totenhagen, AK Randall, K Lloyd
Family Relations 67 (3), 399-413, 2018
Daily hassles and uplifts: a diary study on understanding relationship quality.
CJ Totenhagen, J Serido, MA Curran, EA Butler
Journal of Family Psychology 26 (5), 719, 2012
Daily stress, closeness, and satisfaction in gay and lesbian couples
CJ Totenhagen, EA Butler, CA Ridley
Personal Relationships 19 (2), 219-233, 2012
Good days, bad days: Do sacrifices improve relationship quality?
CJ Totenhagen, MA Curran, J Serido, EA Butler
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 30 (7), 881-900, 2013
Coping with global uncertainty: Perceptions of COVID-19 psychological distress, relationship quality, and dyadic coping for romantic partners across 27 countries
AK Randall, G Leon, E Basili, T Martos, M Boiger, M Baldi, L Hocker, ...
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 39 (1), 3-33, 2022
Gender, emotion work, and relationship quality: A daily diary study
MA Curran, BT McDaniel, AM Pollitt, CJ Totenhagen
Sex roles 73, 157-173, 2015
Coping with workplace minority stress: Associations between dyadic coping and anxiety among women in same-sex relationships
AK Randall, CJ Totenhagen, KJ Walsh, C Adams, C Tao
Journal of lesbian studies 21 (1), 70-87, 2017
The calm after the storm: Relationship length as associated with couples’ daily variability
CJ Totenhagen, EA Butler, MA Curran, J Serido
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 33 (6), 768-791, 2016
Pathways from financial knowledge to relationship satisfaction: The roles of financial behaviors, perceived shared financial values with the romantic partner, and debt
CJ Totenhagen, MJ Wilmarth, J Serido, MA Curran, S Shim
Journal of family and economic Issues 40, 423-437, 2019
Stress spillover and crossover in same-sex couples: Concurrent and lagged daily effects
CJ Totenhagen, AK Randall, AN Cooper, C Tao, KJ Walsh
Journal of GLBT Family Studies 13 (3), 236-256, 2017
Associations between sexual orientation discrimination and depression among same-sex couples: Moderating effects of dyadic coping
AK Randall, C Tao, CJ Totenhagen, KJ Walsh, AN Cooper
Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy 16 (4), 325-345, 2017
Volatility in daily relationship quality: The roles of attachment and gender
AN Cooper, CJ Totenhagen, BT McDaniel, MA Curran
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 35 (3), 348-371, 2018
A daily diary study: Working to change the relationship and relational uncertainty in understanding positive relationship quality
V Young, M Curran, C Totenhagen
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 30 (1), 132-148, 2013
Do day-to-day finances play a role in relationship satisfaction? A dyadic investigation.
CJ Totenhagen, MJ Wilmarth, J Serido, AE Betancourt
Journal of Family Psychology 32 (4), 528, 2018
Daily relationship quality in same-sex couples: Attachment and sacrifice motives.
AN Cooper, CJ Totenhagen, MA Curran, AK Randall, NE Smith
Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences 11 (2), 146, 2017
Sexual expression: Its emotional context in heterosexual, gay, and lesbian couples
C Ridley, B Ogolsky, P Payne, C Totenhagen, R Cate
Journal of sex research 45 (3), 305-314, 2008
Daily hassles, sacrifices, and relationship quality for pregnant cohabitors
CJ Totenhagen, MA Curran
Family Science 2 (1), 68-72, 2011
Relational sacrifices about intimate behavior and relationship quality for expectant cohabitors
MA Curran, TJ Burke, VJ Young, CJ Totenhagen
Marriage & Family Review 52 (5), 442-460, 2016
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