Ever wonder what you would appreciate most from a relationship - whether that’s spending time with your loved ones or having your partner make you a coffee in the morning? Love languages explore how you feel most loved and what that means for others. Join as we breakdown the topic and see what research has to say about love languages. Let’s dive in! 

Resources Used:

Bunt, S., & Hazelwood, Z. J. (2017). Walking the walk, talking the talk: Love languages, self‐regulation, and relationship satisfaction. Personal Relationships, 24(2), 280-290.

Cook, M., Pasley, J., Pellarin, E., Medow, K., Baltz, M., & Buhman-Wiggs, A. (2013). Construct validation of the five love languages. Journal of Psychological Inquiry, 18(2), 50-61.

Egbert, N., & Polk, D. (2006). Speaking the language of relational maintenance: A validity test of Chapman's Five Love Languages. Communication Research Reports, 23(1), 19-26.

Hughes, J. L., & Camden, A. A. (2020). Using Chapman's Five Love Languages Theory to Predict Love and Relationship Satisfaction. Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research, 25.

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