Within the context of families, health, and productivity, the scope of Branch-supported projects include natural experiments, policy experiments, and population representative studies of the relations between family processes and structure and the health, development, and productivity of the family.
Specific areas of interest include:
For the Branch, the scope of this type of research includes population-representative studies of determinants and consequences of change to family demography, nuptuality, and intergenerational processes.
The following topics fall outside of the Branch’s research scope in the Program:
This Program examines adoption as a population-level phenomenon health.
For this Program, data collection refers to collection and dissemination of population-representative data on children, parents, and families for secondary analysis.
Contact: Dr. Rosalind King
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