The Emotional Attacement and Emotional Availability Lab is recruiting first-time expectant mothers up to the second trimester of pregnancy for a project on her use of a pregnancy workbook called, “The Story of Our Pregnancy”. The workbook will provide information on mindfulness, attachment, and emotional availability.
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Brooke Pottinger is an outstanding grad of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies.
The Relocation and Transitional Experiences (RELATE) Study focuses on those transitioning or preparing to transition, into a new living environment later in life. We are interested in understanding how a major life event, such as moving into senior housing (independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing facilities, etc.) may be related to health and well-being. Find out more about study updates, participant testimonials, recent news, funding, and aging facts.
Kayla Prieto, a human development and family studies undergrad, has been awarded a WomenGive scholarship to help her continue her dream of working with diverse young children.
Liz Hicks experienced Campus Connections as a mother to youth in the program and as a mentor to a youth.
Richard Spoth, Ph.D. will present “Harnessing the Translation Science Power of Extension: Fostering Development of ‘Science with Practice’ Frontiers in Behavioral Health” at 1 p.m. on November 15, in room A101 of the Behavioral Sciences Building.
The Department of Human Development and Family Studies is seeking research participants for various studies relating to the development of individuals and families across the lifespan.
The Department of Human Development of Family Studies is recruiting mothers and/or fathers with a child between the ages of 0-14 years to participate in a project, which evaluates the effectiveness of a brief program to enhance the quality of parent-child relationships.
The on-campus mentoring program for at-risk youth, Campus Connections, is now accepting applications for the Fall 2019 semester course HDFS 470A.
Anna Grado could not have earned her degree in human development and family studies without her father’s sacrifices and support.