Presentation Title

The Effects of Jealousy on Back Burner Relationships

Presenter Information

Destiny DavisFollow

Document Type

Panel Presentation

Keywords

Relationships, Jealousy, Personality

Biography

Destiny Davis is an undergraduate student in the Department of Communication Studies.

Major

Communication Communication

Advisor for this project

Cam Brammer

Start Date

23-4-2021 2:00 PM

Abstract

This study focuses on back burner relationships and whether or not jealousy contributes to the quality and quantity that people engage in such relationships. Previous studies have found that when an individual feels threatened in a romantic relationship, they are more likely to resort to “backburner relationships” at one point or another. Findings suggest that higher levels of jealousy are correlated with likelihood for backburner relationships.

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Apr 23rd, 2:00 PM

The Effects of Jealousy on Back Burner Relationships

This study focuses on back burner relationships and whether or not jealousy contributes to the quality and quantity that people engage in such relationships. Previous studies have found that when an individual feels threatened in a romantic relationship, they are more likely to resort to “backburner relationships” at one point or another. Findings suggest that higher levels of jealousy are correlated with likelihood for backburner relationships.