Publications

Publications

"The great use of life is to spend it for something
that will outlast it."

William James.

Curriculum Vitae {Download a PDF Here}

 

Textbooks

  • (1) Fletcher, G.J.O., Simpson, J.A., Campbell, L., & Overall, N. (2013). The science of intimate relationships. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

Edited Volumes

 

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Chapters in Books and Encyclopedia Entries

  • (21) Campbell, L., Pink, J.C., & Stanton, S.C.E. (in press). Ideal mate standards and romantic relationships. In J. A. Simpson & J. F. Dovidio (Eds.), Handbook of personality and social psychology: Interpersonal relations and group processes. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • (20) Campbell, L., & Stanton, S.C.E. (in press). Handling conflicts positively. In M. Hojjat & D. Cramer (Eds.), Positive psychology of love. Oxford University Press.
  • (19) Campbell, L., & Stanton, S.C.E. (in press). The Actor-Partner Interdependence Model. In R. Cautin & S. Lilienfeld (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Clinical Psychology. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • (18) Wilbur, C.J., & Campbell, L. (2013). Swept off their feet? Females’ strategic mating behavior as a means of supplying the broom. In M.L. Fisher, J.R. Garcia, R.S. Chang, & S.L. Strout (Eds.), Evolution’s Empress: Darwinian perspectives on the nature of women. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • (17) Campbell, L., & Simpson, J.A. (2013). The blossoming of relationship science. In J.A. Simpson & L. Campbell (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of close relationships. Oxford University Press.
  • (16) Simpson, J.A., & Campbell, L. (2013). The waving of the relationship flag. In J.A. Simpson & L. Campbell (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of close relationships. Oxford University Press.
  • (15) Campbell, L., & Rubin, H. (2012). Modeling dyadic processes. In L. Campbell, J. La Guardia, J. Olson, & M. Zanna (Eds.), The science of the couple: The Ontario symposium, Vol. 12 (pp. 1-15). New York, NY: Psychology Press.
  • (14) Campbell, L., & Surra, C. (2012). Research on close relationships: Call for an interdisciplinary integration. In L. Campbell & T.J. Loving (Eds.), Interdisciplinary research on close relationships: The case for integration (pp. 3-24). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • (13) Campbell, L. (2011). What is the purpose of love? In G. Lewandowski, T. Loving, B. Le, & M. Gleason (Eds.), The Science of Relationships: Answers to your Questions about Dating, Marriage, & Family (pp. 26-30). Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt.
  • (12) Campbell, L. (2011). Are we meant to be monogamous? In G. Lewandowski, T. Loving, B. Le, & M. Gleason (Eds.), The Science of Relationships: Answers to your Questions about Dating, Marriage, & Family (pp. 21-25). Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt.
  • (11) Campbell, L. (2011). Does love last forever? In G. Lewandowski, T. Loving, B. Le, & M. Gleason (Eds.), The Science of Relationships: Answers to your Questions about Dating, Marriage, & Family (pp. 36-40). Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt.
  • (10) Campbell, L. (2009). Experimental design for relationship research. In H. Reis & S.Sprecher (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Relationships, New York: Sage.
  • (9) Campbell, L. (2008). Marital conflict. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences (2nd Ed.). Thomson Gale.
  • (8) Campbell, L. (2008). Sociobiology. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences (2nd Ed.). Thomson Gale.
  • (7) Kashy, D.A., Campbell, L., & Harris, D.W. (2006). Advances in data analytic approaches for relationships research: The broad utility of hierarchical linear modeling. In A. Vangelisti & D. Perlman (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Personal Relationships (pp. 73-90). New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • (6) Simpson, J.A. & Campbell, L., Weisberg, Y.J. (2006). Daily perceptions of conflict and support in romantic relationships: The ups and downs of anxiously attached individuals. In M. Mikulincer & G.S. Goodman (Eds.), Dynamics of Romantic Love (pp. 216-239). New York: Guilford.
  • (5) Campbell, L., & Ellis, B. (2005). Love, commitment, and mate retention. In D. Buss (Ed.), The Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology (pp. 419-442). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
  • (4) Simpson, J.A., & Campbell, L. (2005). Methods in evolutionary psychology. In D. Buss (Ed.), The Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology (pp. 119-144). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
  • (3) Simpson, J.A., Rholes, W.S., Campbell, L., Wilson, C., & Tran, S. (2002). Adult attachment, the transition to parenthood, and marital well-being. In P. Noller & J. Feeney (Eds.), Understanding marriage: Developments in the study of couple interaction (pp. 385-410). New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • (2) Simpson, J.A., Fletcher, G.J.O., & Campbell, L. (2001). The structure and function of ideal standards in close relationships. In G.J.O Fletcher & M. Clark (Eds.), Blackwell Handbook of Social Psychology: Interpersonal Processes (pp. 86-106). Oxford, England: Blackwell.
  • (1) Campbell, L., Simpson, J.A., & Orina, M. (1999). Sex and mating: Sexual strategies, trade-offs, and strategic pluralism. In D.H. Rosen & M.C. Luebbert (Eds.), The evolution of the psyche (pp. 34-61). Westport, CT: Praeger.

 

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Papers in Refereed Journals

  • (32) Rubin, H., Campbell, L., Lackenbauer, S.D., & Overall, N. (in press). Inferring a partner’s ideal discrepancies: Accuracy, projection, and the communicative role of interpersonal behavior. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
  • (31) LeBel, E.P., & Campbell, L. (in press). Heightened sensitivity to temperature cues in highly anxious individuals: Real or elusive phenomenon? Psychological Science.
  • (30) Lackenbauer, S.D., & Campbell, L. (2012). Measuring up: The unique emotional and regulatory outcomes of different perceived partner-ideal discrepancies in romantic relationships. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 103, 472-488.
  • (29) LeBel, E. P., & Campbell, L. (2012). The interactive role of implicit and explicit partner evaluations on ongoing affective and behavioral romantic realities. Social Psychological and Personality Science. doi:10.1177/1948550612448196.
  • (28) Rubin, H., & Campbell, L. (2012). Day-to-day changes in intimacy predict heightened relationship passion, sexual occurrence, and sexual satisfaction: A dyadic diary analysis. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 3, 224-231.
  • (27) Campbell, L., & Marshall, T. (2011). Anxious attachment and relationship processes: An interactionist perspective. Journal of Personality, 79, 917-947.
  • (26) Loving, T. J., & Campbell, L. (2011). Mind-body connections in personal relationships: What close relationships researchers have to offer. Personal Relationships, 18, 165-169.
  • (25) Wilbur, C.J., & Campbell, L. (2011). Humor in romantic contexts: Do men participate and women evaluate? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, 918-929.
  • (24) Campbell, L., Simpson, J.A., Boldry, J., & Rubin, H. (2010). Trust variability in relationship evaluations and relationship processes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 99. 14-31.
  • (23) Lackenbauer, S.D., Campbell, L., Rubin, H., Fletcher, G.J.O., & Troister, T. (2010). The unique and combined benefits of accuracy and positive bias in relationships. Personal Relationships, 17, 475-492.
  • (22) Wilbur, C.J., & Campbell, L. (2010). What do women want? An interactionist account of women’s mate preferences. Personality and Individual Differences, 49, 749-754.
  • (21) Campbell, L., & Wilbur, C.J. (2009). Are the traits we prefer in potential mates the traits they value in themselves? An analysis of sex differences in the self-concept. Self and Identity, 8, 418-446.
  • (20) Le Bel, E.P., & Campbell, L. (2009). Implicit partner affect, relationship satisfaction, and the prediction of romantic breakup. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45, 1291-1294.
  • (19) Smith, A.M., Loving, T.J., Crockett, E.E., & Campbell, L. (2009). What’s closeness got to do with it? Men’s and women’s cortisol responses when providing and receiving support. Psychosomatic Medicine, 71, 843-851.
  • (18) Campbell, L., Cronk, L., Simpson, J.A., Milroy, A., Wilson, C.L., & Dunham, B. (2009). The association between men’s ratings of women as desirable long-term mates and individual differences in women’s sexual attitudes and behaviors. Personality and Individual Differences, 46, 509-513.
  • (17) Butzer, B., & Campbell, L. (2008). Adult attachment and sexual satisfaction: A study of married couples. Personal Relationships, 15, 141-154.
  • (16) Campbell, L., Butzer, B., & Wong, J. (2008). Organization of partner knowledge, perceptions of marital quality, and marital conflict. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 34, 723-740.
  • (15) Campbell, L., Martin, R.A., & Ward, J.A. (2008). An observational study of humor use during a conflict discussion. Personal Relationships, 15, 41-55.
  • (14) Campbell, L., Lackenbauer, S.D., & Muise, A. (2006). When is being known or adored by romantic partners most beneficial? Self-perceptions, relationship length, and responses to partner’s verifying and enhancing appraisals. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32, 1283-1294.
  • (13) Campbell, L. (2005). Responses to verifying and enhancing appraisals from romantic partners: The role of trait importance trait visibility. European Journal of Social Psychology, 35, 1-13.
  • (12) Campbell, L., Simpson, J.A., Boldry, J.G., & Kashy, D. (2005). Perceptions of conflict and support in romantic relationships: The role of attachment anxiety. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 88, 510-531.
  • (11) Juda, M., Campbell, L., & Crawford, C. (2004). Female dieting as a result of a lack of social support: An evolutionary approach. Evolution and Human Behavior, 25, 200-208.
  • (10) Campbell, L., Simpson, J.A., Stewart, M., & Manning, J.G. (2003). Putting personality in social context: Extraversion, emergent leadership, and the availability of rewards. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 29, 1547-1559.
  • (9) Simpson, J.A., Rholes, W.S., Campbell, L., & Wilson, C. (2003). Changes in attachment during the transition to parenthood. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 39, 317-331.
  • (8) Simpson, J. A., Rholes, W. S., Campbell, L., Tran, S., & Wilson, C. (2003). Adult attachment, the transition to parenthood, and depressive symptoms. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 84, 1172-1187.
  • (7) Bradford, S.A., Feeney, J.A., & Campbell, L. (2002). Links between attachment orientations and dispositional and diary-based measures of disclosure in dating couples: A study of actor and partner effects. Personal Relationships, 9, 491-506.
  • (6) Campbell, L., & Kashy, D.A. (2002). Estimating actor, partner, and interaction effects for dyadic data using PROC MIXED and HLM: A guided tour. Personal Relationships, 9, 327-342.
  • (5) Campbell, L., Simpson, J.A., Stewart, M., & Manning, J.G. (2002). Men's waist-to-hip ratio, intrasexual competition, and interpersonal perception in leaderless groups. Human Nature, 13, 345-362.
  • (4) Ellis, B.J., Simpson, J.A., & Campbell, L. (2002). Trait-specific dependence in romantic relationships. Journal of Personality, 70, 611-659.
  • (3) Campbell, L., Simpson, J.A., Kashy, D.A., & Fletcher, G.J.O. (2001). Ideal standards, the self, and flexibility of ideals in close relationships. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 27, 447-462.
  • (2) Campbell, L., Simpson, J.A., Kashy, D.A., & Rholes, W.S. (2001). Attachment styles, dependence, and behavior in a stressful situation: An actor-partner interdependence approach. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 18, 849-871.
  • (1) Rholes, W. S., Simpson, J. A., Campbell, L. & Grich, J. (2001). Adult attachment and the transition to parenthood. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 81, 421-435.

 

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