Center for Family & Demographic Research
The Center for Family and Demographic Research (CFDR) is dedicated to research, training, and service in family demography. The CFDR integrates demographic methods, data, and perspectives with other social scientific approaches to understand family formation and stability in addition to well-being across the life course. A special focus of research by CFDR affiliates is attention to development and social context. The CFDR is supported by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development and BGSU.
The DRS conducts targeted research for clients to bridge the wide gap between ready-made population statistics and the vast quantity of data. We have the expertise to tap into current demographic data as well as collect and analyze new data. Please contact us with any questions or queries about your research and evaluation needs. Read more
Lin, Brown, Hammersmith. "Marital
Biography, Social Security Receipt, and Poverty." Research
- Nomaguchi, Johnson, Minter, Aldrich. "Clarifying the Association Between Mother-Father Relationship Aggression and Parenting." Journal of Marriage and Family.
and Mahoney. "Equity Dynamics in the Perceived Fairness of
Infant Care. Journal of Marriage and Family.
Kuhl, Chavez, Swisher, Wilczak. "Social
Class, Family Formation, and Delinquency in Early Adulthood."
"A Decade of Change: Measuring the Extent, Depth and Severity
of Food Insecurity." Journal of Family and Economic
SPRING SPEAKER SERIES
The Preschool Experiences of Low-Income Families: Understanding Utilization, Absences, and Children's Development
Dr. Kelly Purtell
Department of Human Sciences
Ohio State University
Wednesday, February 1st, 12:30-1:30 pm
Bowen-Thompson Student Union, Room 207
Spring Workshop Series
Introduction to Hierarchical Linear Modeling
Instructor: Hsueh-Sheng Wu
Monday, January 30, 12:30-1:30 pm
CFDR Conference Room, 7C Williams Hall