Grant: $3,624 - Department of Health and Human Services - Jun. 23, 2009
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Award Description: This proposal requests supplemental funding to increase the tempo of research to examine processes in the development of competence in parenting, close relationships, and work responsibilities from birth to age 35. New date collection and integration with extensive archival data from a uniquely comprehensive and detailed longitudinal study of 180 individuals are being used in the project. Beginning at birth, age by age, the study has focused on the interplay of (1) individual capacities and functioning, (2) relationship experience, (3) representations of experience, and (4) surrounding stresses and supports. Our purpose is to examine the implications of the complex interplay of these three factors over time for functioning in the mid-thirties, when social roles are stabilizing. Supplemental funds will be used to increase the tempo of collecting new data and coding, entering, and analyzing new and previously collected data by adding an experienced undergraduate student to the project staff. These individuals will participate in collecting interpersonal behavior in couples; individual characteristics (e.g., personality, emotion regulation, and physiological reactivity in stressful interactions) and current supports and stressors (e.g., social network characteristics, workplace stressors).
Project Description: As defined in the award description field
Jobs Summary: Undergrad Research Asst II (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: More than 50% Completed
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