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Although a number of couples divorced over the course of the study, retention was relatively high. At the eighth wave of data collection, approximately 4 years after the initial assessment, marital status was known for 100% of the original 172 couples. Of those couples, 13 (8%) had experienced divorce or permanent separation. Among intact couples, 62% of husbands and 65% of wives provided data at Time 8. 6). One of the advantages of the strategy used to analyze these data is that participants who did not provide data at every time point could be included in all analyses.
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When individual coping efforts are not successful in managing the stressor, dyadic coping is brought into play. If dyadic coping efforts are not successful, social support from outside of the couple may be required to handle the stressful situation. When individual, dyadic, and social coping efforts do not bring relief, professional help may be sought (see also the different stages of stress described by Burr & Klein, 1994). However, this temporal progression is not fixed in stone; if one partner experiences a particular stress related to work, then he or she might activate social support from coworkers before consulting a spouse.