Interpersona: An International Journal on Personal Relationships

Interpersona is a peer-reviewed, semiannual (June and December), open access online journal on all kinds of human relationships, from weak ties to close relationships, and their relations with society and culture.

Interpersona is published by PsychOpen, Leibniz-Institute for Psychology Information, Trier, Germany, on behalf of the International Center for Interpersonal Relationship Research, Brazil.

With an international EDITORIAL BOARD the journal seeks to internationalize the investigation of human relationships. There is no charge for submitting or publishing in Interpersona.

Interpersona has already published ISSUES containing articles from all over the world, including Europe, North America, South and Central America, Asia, Oceania, and Africa.

Interpersona was founded in 2007 to foster the internationalization of research on human relationships. In 2012, Interpersona changed to PsychOpen to improve the international visibility and exchange of information on relationship research.

Indexation - DOAJ, LATINDEX, PSICODOC, DIALNET, ProQuest Science JournalsPubPsych, and others.

Vol 10, No 1 (2016)

Table of Contents


Friendship in Latin American Social Comparative Studies PDF HTML
Agnaldo Garcia, Julia Sursis Nobre Ferro Bucher-Maluschke, Daniela Marisol Pérez-Angarita, Fábio Nogueira Pereira 1-12


Who Does the Work? Partner Perceptions of the Initiation and Maintenance of Romantic Relationships PDF HTML
Susan Sprecher, Pamela Regan, Terri Orbuch 13-27
Loving Unconditionally: Demographic Correlates of the Agapic Love Style PDF HTML
Pamela C. Regan 28-35
Naive Realism in the Unmarried Cohabitation Controversy in the United States PDF HTML
Andrea A. McCracken, Matthew S. McGlone 36-55
Psychometric Properties and Structures of Passionate and Companionate Love PDF HTML
Victor Karandashev, Stuart Clapp 56-76
Intimate Relationships and Attitudes Toward Celebrities PDF HTML
Lynn E. McCutcheon, Meghan M. Gillen, Blaine L. Browne, Michael P. Murtagh, Brian Collisson 77-89
Predictors of Love Attitudes: The Contribution of Cultural Orientation, Gender Attachment Style, Relationship Length and Age in Participants From the UK and Hong Kong PDF HTML
Rebecca Smith, Antonia Klases 90-108