Call for unpublished data for meta-analysis examining communion, agency, and relationship/marital satisfaction?

Do you have unpublished data examining the influence of communion and agency on relationship/marital satisfaction?

The Social Interaction Lab at the University of Texas at Arlington is conducting a meta-analysis on this relationship and are looking for unpublished data/manuscripts.
We are especially interested in the correlations between
•    Traits of communion and agency (AKA psychological femininity and masculinity); measured as continuous variables; no restrictions on the particular scale that was used to assess the sex-role dimensions (scales include but are not limited to the Bem Sex Role Inventory and the Personal Attributes Questionnaire).
•    Relationship or marital satisfaction; no restrictions on the particular scale that was used to assess relationship or marital satisfaction (scales include but are not limited to the Dyadic Adjustment Scale, the Marital Adjustment Test, and the Marital Satisfaction Inventory).
If you have any studies that meet these criteria, we are kindly requesting the manuscript and/or data (a summary of the data is also acceptable if it contains enough information to calculate effect size and sample characteristics), along with information regarding methods and sample characteristics. Please send unpublished data/manuscripts or any questions to Vivian Ta at
Thank you for contributing to this meta-analysis!

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