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FAM faculty, grad students will present their work at family science conference

The National Council of Family Relations, the primary professional organization for the family science discipline, is holding its annual conference on November 16-19 in Orlando, FL.

The following faculty and graduate students from the Department of Family Sciences will be presenting their work at the conference:

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Kristyn Blackburn, Laura Compton, Ron Werner-Wilson, Trent Parker, & Nate Wood
PTSD, attachment, and IPV in a military sample: A preliminary analysis.

Laura Compton
Preparing for military deployment: The benefits of secure attachment.

Martie Gillen & Claudia Heath
Women's social security retirement expectations compared to elections.

Jason Hans
First comes death, then comes . . . babies? Posthumous harvesting of a spouse's gametes.

Nicole Huff & Ron Werner-Wilson
Adolescent attachment: Exploring electrical brain activity and family interaction.

Erin Powell
Sexuality in aging adults from a biosocial perspective: A literature review.

Nicole Stork-Hestad, Ron Werner-Wilson, & Jason Hans
Non-marital, romantic dissolution.

Ron Werner-Wilson, Joann Lianekhammy, Laura Compton, Nate Wood, Trent Parker, Claire Kimberly, Martha Perry, Kristyn Blackburn, Lauren Smith, Katie Terrana, Melissa Dalton, & Jillian Pucket
A pilot study comparing influence of deployment on military families.

PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Jason Hans
Attitudes toward conception using a deceased spouse's cryopreserved gametes.
Reproducing with a persistent vegetative state (PVS) spouse.

Ryan Fewins-Bliss & Martha Perry
Couples use of technology for communication: Functions and future directions.

Martha Perry & Ron Werner-Wilson
Couples use of computer-mediated communication for problem-solving.

Ahlishia Shipley
Lessons learned: Intimate relationship socialization among black collegiate women.

Posted: 11/17/11
 
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