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|Crosnoe, Robert||Sociology||Professor Crosnoe's main research area is the life course and human development. He studies how individuals grow and age within interpersonal, institutional, and demographic contexts. Within this …|
|Dailey, Rene||Communication Studies||Interpersonal and family communication; topic avoidance in intimate relationships; how partners’ attachments styles are related to communication in their relationships; how family communication …|
|Dinitto, Diana||School of Social Work; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Social welfare policy, chemical dependency, violence against women|
|Dix, Theodore||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology||My research focuses primarily on maternal depression and its impact on children. I have a particular interests in the following: (a) the impact of depressive symptoms in mothers on parenting …|
|Dixon, Marlene||Kinesiology & Health Education||The study of human performance management in non-profit athletic departments and other sport-related organizations Work-family conflict in sport organizations The identification of reasons associated …|
|Doty, Philip||School of Information||Family, Gender and Youth Issues, Education, Communications, Job Training, Public Services, Politics Dr. Doty's particular areas of research and teaching expertise are copyright, privacy, …|
|Falbo, Toni||Educational Psychology; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Dr. Falbo uses both quantitative and qualitative techniques to deepen our understanding of human development, particularly considering the impact of siblings on academic and social outcomes of …|
|Finn, Stephen||Psychology||Collaborative/Therapeutic Assessment Personality Assessment Gender Identity|
|Fong, Rowena||Center for Asian American Studies; Center for East Asian Studies; School of Social Work||Asian American Studies; Chinese American children and families; ethnic identity formation and socialization; childrearing practices; international adoptions; immigrants and refugees; human …|
|Franklin, Cynthia||School of Social Work||school social work, family therapy, clinical practice, clinical assessment and measurement, integration of research and practice|