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Current and Completed Projects

The Consortium for Family Strengthening Research's current and past projects involve family strengthening interventions from federally-funded grants, internal seed funding, or community collaborations.

For example, several members have extensive experience with implementing and studying relationship education for economically vulnerable and diverse participants. As a result, data sets include, but are not limited to, the following constructs as they relate to intimate relationships:

  • Relationship satisfaction
  • Individual distress symptoms (i.e., anxiety and depression)
  • Parenting and co-parenting
  • Intimate partner violence
  • Emotion regulation
  • Workforce development
  • Adjustment for parents of children with disabilities
  • Implementation science for community effectiveness studies
  • Adverse childhood experiences