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National Center for Family and Marriage Research (NCFMR) Pilot Data Series RSS

This is a series of studies conducted by Knowledge Networks on behalf of the National Center for Family and Marriage Research, under the auspices of Bowling Green State University. Each study in this series examines the impact of economic factors on family and household relationships.

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2013
Brigman, Davis Knox . Income Partially Mediates the Health Disparities of Cohabiting and Married Couples. Thesis, State University of New York at Binghamton.
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2013
Kang, Hyunsock . Married or cohabiting?. Annual Meeting of the SSSA. New Orleans, LA.
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2013
Moorman, Sara M.,  Inoue, Megumi . Persistent problems in end-of-life planning among young- and middle-aged American couples. Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. 68, (1), 97-106.
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2013
Niehuis, Sylvia,  Reifman, Alan,  Lee, Kyung-Hee . Disillusionment in cohabiting and married couples: A national study. Journal of Family Issues.
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2013
Palmo, Nina . Searching for the roots of family instability: How do institutions influence relationship formation and quality?. Population Association of American 2013 Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA.
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2011
Alkhiary, Adnan Mohammed . The Influence of Stress, Income Status, and Expenditures on Families in Economic Crisis. Thesis, Kansas State University.
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