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Graham, J. L., Keneski, E., Loving, T. J. (in press). The physiological consequences of relationship dissolution. National Family Relations Council Report.

Keneski, E., & Loving, T. J. (in press). Network perceptions of daters’ romances. To appear in C. R. Agnew (Ed.), Social influences on romantic relationships: Beyond the dyad. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

Keneski, E., Schoenfeld, E. A., & Loving, T. J. (in press). Individual differences in the relationship transition context: Links to physiological outcomes. Journal of Personality.

Crockett, E. E., Keneski, E., Yeager, K., & Loving, T. J. (in press). Breaking the mold: Evaluating a non-punitive domestic violence rehabilitation program. Journal of Family Violence.

Loving, T. J. & Keneski, E. (2014). Relationship researchers put the ‘psycho’ in psychoneuroimmunology. To appear in C. R. Agnew & S. South (Eds.), Interpersonal relationships and health: Social and clinical psychological mechanisms. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.

Harman, J. J., Wilson, K., & Keneski, E. (2010). Social and environmental contributors to perceived vulnerability and perception of risk for negative health consequences. In J. G. Lavino & R. B. Neumann (Eds.), Psychology of risk perception (pp.1-45). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.