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What does JFP stand for?

Journal of Family Psychology


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Samples in periodicals archive:
The findings were published in the Journal of Family Psychology.
The study is published in Journal of Family Psychology.
In a 2011 study published in the Journal of Family Psychology, Stony Brook University Medical Center researcher Lauren Hale and her colleagues looked at language-based bedtime routines -- when parents read books or sing songs with their children before bed.
A study of 82 couples in the Journal of Family Psychology found that couples who weren't critical of each other but tried to solve problems together, who were affectionate and where the man helped out, were the happiest after having a baby.
Hsieh (1998) "Patterns of marital change during the early childhood years: Parent personality, coparenting, and division-of-labor correlates" Journal of Family Psychology, 12:511-528.
There have been several beacons of hope to increase scholarly production such as the special issue of the Journal of Family Psychology on religious marriages in 2001 which introduced several high-quality studies of religion and marriage, and the introduction of Marriage and Family: A Christian journal in 1997 specifically targeting Christian marriages.
The researchers at the University of Washington who report their work in the Journal of Family Psychology say the findings are important because they might help couples to identify early marital problems and help to deal with them.
The study has been published in the American Psychological Association's Journal of Family Psychology.

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