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Research Project - News and Magazine Articles

COUPLES ADDRESS ISSUES IN UGA PREMARITAL COUNSELING
(Published in the Athens Banner-Herald on 02/14/08)

DOES MARRIAGE STAND A PRAYER?
UGA researchers Steven Beach and Tera Hurt want to know whether a prayer a day keeps the divorce lawyers away. (Article from Atlanta Magazine)

COMMUNITIES OF FAITH: CHURCH AIMS TO AID MARRIAGES EXPANSION SOUGHT OF PROGRAM CREATED FOR BLACK COUPLES

BLACK SUBURBAN LIFE (ARTICLE)

Research Project - Press Releases

IMPACT OF PRAYER ON COUPLES RELATIONSHIP TO BE EXPLORED

COUPLES SOUGHT FOR PROGRAM DESIGNED TO STRENGTHEN AFRICAN-AMERICAN MARRIAGES

Research Project - Scholarly Articles

DISSEMINATION OF COUPLES' INTERVENTIONS

PRAYER AND MARITAL INTERVENTION: TOWARD AN OPEN EMPIRICALLY-GROUND DIALOG

PRAYER AND MARITAL INTERVENTION: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

CONNECTING WITH AFRICAN AMERICAN FAMILIES: CHALLENGES AND POSSIBILITIES

PRAYER IN RELATIONSHIPS (ARTICLE)

IDEAS FOR HIRING THE MOST EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTORS

CULTURALLY RELEVANT PROGRAMMING IN ACTION: A CASE STUDY FOR MARRIAGE EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN COUPLES

ENHANCING MARITAL ENRICHMENT THROUGH SPIRITUALITY: EFFICACY DATA FOR PRAYER-FOCUSED RELATIONSHIP ENHANCEMENT

ENGAGING AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN IN EMPRICALLY BASED MARRIAGE ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS: LESSONS FROM TWO FOCUS GROUPS ON THE PROSAAM PROJECT

I SAY A LITTLE PRAYER FOR YOU: PRAYING FOR PARTNER INCREASES COMMITMENT IN ROMANTICS RELATIONSHIPS

MARRIED BLACK MEN'S OPINIONS AS TO WHY BLACK WOMEN ARE DISPROPORTIONATELY SINGLE: A QUALITATIVE STUDY

DOES SPOUSAL SUPPORT MODERATE THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PERCEIVED RACIAL DISCRIMINATION AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AMONG AFRICAN AMERICAN COUPLES?

THE EFFECT OF COMMUNICATION CHANGE ON LONG-TERM REDUCTIONS IN CHILD EXPOSURE TO CONFLICT: IMPACT OF PROMOTING STRONG AFRICIAN AMERICAN FAMILIES

BLACK MEN AND THE DECISION TO MARRY

TOWARD A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF THE MEANING OF MARRIAGE AMONG BLACK MEN

Other Research Project Handouts

SMART MARRIAGES NEWSLETTER