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ASH Scholars – Close Relationships

Psychological Sciences

Position Information


Close Relationships – The research of psychology faculty Amanda Rose and Ashley Groh focuses on close relationships, including early parent-child relationships, friendships, and romantic/co-parenting relationships. They are both are interested in relationship challenges that need to be handled well for positive relationship outcomes and how relationship partners respond to stress and conflict, including their emotional and physiological reactions. Students working on this team will participate in several projects involving close relationships. One major project that involves teenage friends’ conversations, and how they respond emotionally and physiologically when they talk about problems. Students will participate in reviewing the literature, collecting data with youth and families, data cleaning, entry, and management, data analyses, and presenting results.

Preferred Qualifications

This new ASH Scholars Team welcomes applications from Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors from all majors. Please note that this is two semester commitment (Fall 2017 and Spring 2018).

Faculty Mentor or Sponsor

Other Comments

Please visit : for more information and APPLICATIONS. Applications are due to Dr. Rose ( by July 12, 2017.

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