Journal of Marriage and Family Articles Featured in New York Times, Psychology Today
Research from the Journal of Marriage and Family (JMF), published by NCFR, was recently featured in several media news stories.
Sibling Relationships and Influences in Childhood and Adolescence by Susan M. McHale, Kimberly A. Updegraff, and Shawn D. Whiteman (Vol. 74, Issue 5) provides a review of the literature on sibling relationships and suggests several factors of sibling influence on child development. From these findings, the New York Times cites several benefits of sibling disagreements in a recent article, "A Sibling Fight Survival Guide."
Gender Equality and Restless Sleep Among Partnered Europeans by David J. Maume, Belinda Hewitt, and Leah Ruppanner (Vol. 80, Issue 4) is generating buzz as to why couples get better sleep in countries with higher gender equality. Dr. Maume and Dr. Ruppanner expand on their research in an article for The Conversation.
What Explains the Decline in First Marriage in the United States? Evidence from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, 1969 to 2013 by Daniel Schneider, Kristen Harknett, and Matthew Stimpson (Vol. 80, Issue 4) identifies that men's reduced economic prospects and increased risk of incarceration are partly behind the decline in U.S. marriage rates. Their research was cited by an article in Psychology Today.