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Culture and Gender Differences in Romantic Jealousy

Location: United States

Have you ever wondered why a partner is jealous? Could jealousy be a positive emotion to express in romantic relationships? Are there gender and cultural differences in how we experience and express jealousy? Come watch a graduate student's MA thesis defense on the topic of romantic jealousy and how it affects our relationships.

Special Restrictions: The location is a small room in UCB 246. Please come early enough to grab a seat.

For more information, contact: dzandber@hawaii.edu

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