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How far is the reach of personality in relationship functioning during COVID-19? Reply to Pfund and Hill (2022).
American Psychologist  (IF16.358),  Pub Date : 2022-03-31, DOI: 10.1037/amp0000941
Paula R. Pietromonaco, Nickola C. Overall

Pfund and Hill (2022) suggest that individual resilience factors such as agreeableness and conscientiousness are likely to promote better relationship functioning as couples navigate the pandemic. Although we agree that more fully incorporating individual resilience factors would strengthen our adapted vulnerability-stress-adaptation (VSA) model, neither agreeableness nor conscientiousness reliably predict relationship functioning. In line with the VSA model, we emphasize the importance of a Person × Context approach that examines the potential effects of personality factors within couples’ specific situational contexts during and after the pandemic.