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MPRC faculty contribute to theoretical and applied developments in their various fields as well as to discussions that impact public policy. Some recent news stories are abstracted below.

Cabrera on parent-child interactions

Cabrera on parent-child interactions

Overall, children tend to show more positive emotions during intrusive play with their fathers than with their mothers

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Pope on how majors get chosen

Pope on how majors get chosen

Natural experiment at the U.S. Military Academy provides look at student decision making

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Marsh comments on the National Law Enforcement Museum failing

Marsh comments on the National Law Enforcement Museum failing

Former U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush were not enough to make the National Law Enforcement Museum a success

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Cohen on snowplowing parenting

Cohen on snowplowing parenting

21st century parents are capable of trespassing ethical and legal boundaries to keep their children's future obstacle-free

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Cohen research aids examination of infidelity and marriage

Cohen research aids examination of infidelity and marriage

What if infidelity is a hidden factor helping to stabilize marriages which would otherwise end in divorce?

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Roby on growth of boutique health care

Roby on growth of boutique health care

New Tia Clinic provides supportive environment for reproductive health care, at a price

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Desai on Indian educated women’s paradox

Desai on Indian educated women’s paradox

Education is not paying off to better job opportunities, marriage prospects, or freedom to choose for women in India

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Sangaramoorthy on HIV disparities

Sangaramoorthy on HIV disparities

Qualitative research helps to document stories of "stigma and survival"

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