Carol A. Werlinich

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Title of Thesis: EFFECTS OF DIFFERENCES IN PARENTING STYLES ON COUPLE DISTRESS AND CHILDREN’S PERCEPTIONS OF FAMILY SUPPORT Tara Brittney Gogolinski, Master of Science, 2012 Thesis Directed by: Instructor/Director Carol Werlinich Department of Family Science Research has been conducted on different aspects of parenting and how it affects both the couple’s(More)
Title of Document: THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN NEGATIVE CONFLICT BEHAVIOR AND SUBCLINICAL LEVELS OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS IN CLINIC COUPLES: AN ACTOR-PARTNER INTERDEPENDENCE MODEL APPROACH EXAMINING MEDIATION BY PERCEIVED CRITICISM AND MODERATION BY POSITIVE COMMUNICATION Anna Alice White, Master of Science, 2015 Directed By: Dr. Norman B. Epstein,(More)
Title of Thesis: THE PREVALENCE AND ROLE OF AVOIDANCE COPING METHODS FOR LATINOS IN THE UNITED STATES. Tiffani Debra Stevenson, Master of Science, 2009 Thesis Directed by: Associate Professor Leigh A. Leslie Department of Family Science Current research concerning Latinos in the United States has indicated that they are at a higher risk for mental illness(More)
Title of Thesis: PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP COMMITMENT, POSITIVE AND ANXIOUS EMOTIONAL AROUSAL, AND COMMUNICATION IN CLINIC COUPLES Leidy M. Mena, MS, 2009 Thesis Directed By: Professor Norman B. Epstein, Department of Family Science This study examined relationships among partners’ relationship commitment, positive and anxious forms of emotional arousal prior(More)
Title of Thesis: THE INFLUENCE OF RELIGIOSITY ON RELATIONSHIP SATISFACTION AND THERAPEUTIC OUTCOME AS MEDIATED BY COMMITMENT LEVEL Ciara Nicole Dresser, MS, 2011 Thesis Directed By: Instructor Carol A. Werlinich, Department of Family Science The purpose of this study was to examine the common factor and client characteristic of religiosity in order to(More)
Title of Document: DEPRESSION IN ONE OR BOTH PARTNERS AND THE EFFICACY OF COUPLE THERAPY Leanne Marie Juzaitis M.S. Couple and Family Therapy, 2010. Directed By: Professor Norman B. Epstein, Ph.D. Department of Family Science. Although considerable research has been conducted on common factors affecting individual therapy, little research has investigated(More)
Title of thesis: THE ROLE OF PROVIDER-ROLE IDEOLOGY AND CONSISTENCY IN COUPLE COMMUNICATION Jessica Lynn Brenneman, Master of Science, 2010 Thesis directed by: Associate Professor Leigh A. Leslie Department of Family Science This study investigated how problem solving and conflict in couples’ communication is affected by their beliefs about provider role(More)
BACKGROUND Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a prevalent public health problem that affects millions of families. Much of what is known about IPV comes from quantitative studies that often "count" acts of IPV without exploring in depth the circumstances surrounding the violence, thereby leaving critical questions unanswered; existing qualitative studies(More)
This study examined effects of cognitive-behavioral couple therapy (n = 25 couples) and a variety of systems-oriented couple therapy models (n = 30 couples) in reducing negative attributions and degrees to which decreases in negative attributions were associated with improvements in other aspects of relationship functioning. Couples seeking treatment at a(More)
Title of Thesis: THE INFLUENCE OF THE INTERACTION BETWEEN TRUST AND COGNITIONS ON AGGRESSIVE AND WITHDRAW COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOR BETWEEN MEMBERS OF CLINICAL COUPLES Donald Bruce Ross III, MS, 2012 Thesis Directed By: Instructor Carol A. Werlinich, Department of Family Science The purpose of this study was to examine the moderation effect of avoidance and(More)
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