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Specifically - Specifically, two questions guided this...

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Specifically, two questions guided this research: (a) Do individuals in romantic relationships with secure attachment styles have more positive or negative conflict styles in comparison to individuals in romantic relationships with insecure attachment styles? (b) How does attachment style impact and determine conflict style in romantic relationships? The first research question pertains to the possible association between individuals in romantic relationship with secure attachment styles and conflict style. Table 1 displays the means and standard deviations on the secure and insecure in relation to the conflict style: secure individuals with their conflict style and insecure individuals with their conflict style. The second research was investigated and documented in the table 2. Table 2 displays the mean and standard deviation of conflict styles and security. This analysis indicated that more insecure one’s attachment style, the more negative one’s conflict style. Table 1:
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