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Hendrick and Hendrick (1995<ref>{{cite journal|last=Hendrick|first=S. S.|author2=Hendrick, C. |title=Gender differences and similarities in sex and love|journal=Personal Relationships|year=1995|volume=2|issue=1|pages=55–65|doi=10.1111/j.1475-6811.1995.tb00077.x}}</ref>) studied college students who were in the early stages of a relationship and found that almost half reported that their significant other was their closest friend, providing evidence that both passionate and companionate love exist in new relationships. Conversely, in a study of long-term marriages, researchers (Contreras, Hendrick, and Hendrick, 1996<ref>{{cite journal|last=Contreras|first=R.|author2=Hendrick, S. S. |author3=Hendrick, C. |title=Perspectives of Marital Love and Satisfaction in Mexican American and Anglo-American Couples|journal=Journal of Counseling & Development|year=1996|volume=74|issue=4|pages=408–415|doi=10.1002/j.1556-6676.1996.tb01887.x}}</ref>) found that couples endorsed measures of both companionate love and passionate love and that passionate love was the strongest predictor of marital satisfaction, showing that both types of love can endure throughout the years. -->
 
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<!-- Psychologist Robert Sternberg (1986<ref>{{cite journal|last=Sternberg|first=R. J.|title=A Triangular Theory of love|journal=Psychological Review|year=1986|volume=93|pages=119–135|doi=10.1037/0033-295x.93.2.119}}</ref>) developed the [[triangular theory of love]]. He theorized that love is a combination of three main components: passion (physical arousal); intimacy (psychological feelings of closeness); and commitment (the sustaining of a relationship). He also theorized that the different combinations of these three components could yield up to seven different forms of love. These include popularized forms such as romantic love (intimacy and passion) and consummate love (passion, intimacy, and commitment). The other forms are liking (intimacy), companionate love (intimacy and commitment), empty love (commitment), fatuous love (passion and commitment), and infatuation (passion).
Studies on Sternberg’s theory love found that intimacy most strongly predicted marital satisfaction in married couples, with passion also being an important predictor (Silberman, 1995<ref>{{cite journal|last=Silberman|first=S.|title=The relationships among love, marital satisfaction and duration of marriage|journal=Doctoral dissertation, Arizona State University|year=1995}}</ref>). On the other hand, Acker and Davis (1992<ref>{{cite journal|last=Acker|first=M.|author2=Davis, M. H. |title=Intimacy, passion and commitment in adult romantic relationships: A test of the triangular theory of love|journal=Journal of Social and Personal Relationships|year=1992|volume=9|issue=1|pages=21–50|doi=10.1177/0265407592091002}}</ref>) found that commitment was the strongest predictor of relationship satisfaction, especially for long-term relationships. -->