Fine, Mark

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Change in marital satisfaction among Chinese couples during the early years of marriage: the roles of individual characteristics, couple interactive processes, and social network factors 2017 1461 Understanding couple relationship well-being and its key determinants is paramount given the substantial costs of marital distress to individuals, families, as well as the society. However, some groups of couples have been historically underrepresent...
Examining the direct and indirect effects of multiple family transitions 2017 595 In American culture the values of family and individualism are both highly respected, and yet fundamentally at odds with one another (Cherlin, 2009). The contrasting values can be seen in many facets of Americans’ daily lives, particularly in the way...
The direct and indirect effects of multiple family transitions on changes in children’s BMI percentile: examining the role of family processes 2020 221 The past century has seen increased attention towards the occurrence of union dissolution, cohabitation, and nonmarital childbearing. Families are becoming increasingly complex and contemporary cohorts of children in the United States are likely to e...