Psychology and Brain Sciences | Topical Siminar
P657 | 26626 | D'Onofrio, B.


This course is designed for graduate students from multiple
disciplines, including Psychology, Law, Education, and Sociology.
The course will cover the most recent social science research on the
causes and consequences of marital instability for adults and their
offspring.  The course will then explore how interventions at
multiple levels may help moderate the harmful consequences of family
dissolution.  Grades will be based on the discussion of daily
readings, student presentations, and a thesis paper on a topic
related to marital instability.  Attendance in the course will also
include participation in an international conference with mediation
experts from the social sciences, legal, and policy fields that will
be held in Bloomington in mid November.

For further details, please contact Brian D’Onofrio
(bmdonofr@indiana.edu).