Matthew D. Johnson
Matthew D. Johnson
Professor of Family Science, University of Alberta
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Time, money, or gender? Predictors of the division of household labour across life stages
RM Horne, MD Johnson, NL Galambos, HJ Krahn
Sex Roles 78, 731-743, 2018
Paths to intimate relationship quality from parent–adolescent relations and mental health
MD Johnson, NL Galambos
Journal of Marriage and Family 76 (1), 145-160, 2014
The Longitudinal Association of Marital Confidence, Time Spent Together, and Marital Satisfaction
MD Johnson, JR Anderson
Family process 52 (2), 244-256, 2013
Within-family processes: Interparental and coparenting conflict and child adjustment.
M Zemp, MD Johnson, G Bodenmann
Journal of family psychology 32 (3), 299, 2018
The U shape of happiness across the life course: Expanding the discussion
NL Galambos, HJ Krahn, MD Johnson, ME Lachman
Perspectives on Psychological Science 15 (4), 898-912, 2020
Common dyadic coping is indirectly related to dietary and exercise adherence via patient and partner diabetes efficacy.
MD Johnson, JR Anderson, A Walker, A Wilcox, VL Lewis, DC Robbins
Journal of Family Psychology 27 (5), 722, 2013
The more or the better? How sex contributes to life satisfaction
C Schmiedeberg, B Huyer-May, L Castiglioni, MD Johnson
Archives of Sexual Behavior 46, 465-473, 2017
“Will you complete this survey too?” Differences between individual versus dyadic samples in relationship research.
AW Barton, JA Lavner, SM Stanley, MD Johnson, GK Rhoades
Journal of Family Psychology 34 (2), 196, 2020
Up, not down: The age curve in happiness from early adulthood to midlife in two longitudinal studies.
NL Galambos, S Fang, HJ Krahn, MD Johnson, ME Lachman
Developmental psychology 51 (11), 1664, 2015
Pathways between self-esteem and depression in couples.
MD Johnson, NL Galambos, C Finn, FJ Neyer, RM Horne
Developmental psychology 53 (4), 787, 2017
Lonely me, lonely you: Loneliness and the longitudinal course of relationship satisfaction
M Mund, MD Johnson
Journal of Happiness Studies 22 (2), 575-597, 2021
Attitudes toward dating violence among college students in mainland China: An exploratory study
JR Anderson, WC Chen, MD Johnson, SE Lyon, CYS Lee, F Zheng, ...
Violence and victims 26 (5), 631-647, 2011
Temporality of couple conflict and relationship perceptions.
MD Johnson, RM Horne, NR Hardy, JR Anderson
Journal of Family Psychology 32 (4), 445, 2018
Gender role attitudes, relationship efficacy, and self-disclosure in intimate relationships
RM Horne, MD Johnson
The Journal of Social Psychology 158 (1), 37-50, 2018
The impact of premarital cycling on early marriage
A Vennum, MD Johnson
Family Relations 63 (4), 439-452, 2014
Does personality matter in diabetes adherence? Exploring the pathways between neuroticism and patient adherence in couples with type 2 diabetes
JR Novak, JR Anderson, MD Johnson, NR Hardy, A Walker, A Wilcox, ...
Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being 9 (2), 207-227, 2017
The developmental course of supportive dyadic coping in couples.
MD Johnson, RM Horne, AM Galovan
Developmental Psychology 52 (12), 2031, 2016
Parent–child relationship quality directly and indirectly influences hooking up behavior reported in young adulthood through alcohol use in adolescence
MD Johnson
Archives of Sexual Behavior 42, 1463-1472, 2013
Depression and anger across 25 years: Changing vulnerabilities in the VSA model.
MD Johnson, NL Galambos, HJ Krahn
Journal of Family Psychology 28 (2), 225, 2014
Skip the dishes? Not so fast! Sex and housework revisited.
MD Johnson, NL Galambos, JR Anderson
Journal of Family Psychology 30 (2), 203, 2016
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