Family Press Coverage

Against Valentine’s Day (February 2016)

Waiting Until Early 20s to have Kids Brings No Health Benefits (January 2016)

Student Research Guides CCE Parent Education (December 2014)

Cohabiting Couples Differ On Contraceptive Use By Class (September 2014)

ISS’ Family Team Member and Small Grant Awardee, Sharon Sassler, Examines Signifance of Where Couples First Meet (March 2014)

ISS’ Family Project’s Faculty Share Wisdom with Parenting Educators (February 2014)

Something About STEM Drives Women Out, Finds Sharon Sassler, ISS’ Small Grant Awardee (November 2013)

Kids of Single Moms who Later Marry Reap Few Benefits (October 2013)

Oh, B.A.B.Y.: Undergrads Study Language in Kids (August 2013)

Should Parents Marry for the Kids? (August 2011)

Living Together (August 2011)

Why Remarry? (December 2010)

Eleven Facts Every Parent Should Know About Their Baby’s Brain (February 2011)

Understanding ‘Ba Ba Ba’ As A Key to Development (October 2010)

Cellphone Conversations We Hear Really Bug Us, Cornell University Study Shows (May 2010)

Why Hearing Half a Cellphone Conversation is Annoying (May 2010)

The Brain Finds Hearing Half a Conversation More Distracting, Study Shows (May 2010)

Be Kind: Text, Don’t Call (May 2010)

Science Explains: Why Overheard Cell Phone Conversations Are So Annoying (May 2010)

Bird Brains Swap Regions For Baby Babbling, Adult Song (May 2008)

From Birdsong to Baby Talk (May 2007)

Babbling Bats: Do Pups Talk Baby Talk as Human Infants Do? (August 2006)

ISS’ Faculty Fellows Find Gender Gap in STEM Majors Linked to High School Job Plans

Wang Honored for Research on Asian Families

Natural Disasters are Especially Hard on Seniors, Expert Says

Family Dinner: Treasured Tradition Or Bygone Ideal?

Killing Your Loved One with Kindness Can Backfire

Caring for Difficult Elders Linked to Caregivers’ Poorer Health

Ceci to Receive a Top Award from Academic Society

Gender Equality’s Final Frontier: Who Cleans Up

Fools Rush in? Sex Early in a Relationship Linked to Later Dissatisfaction

Teen Dating Violence Linked to Long-term Harmful Effects

Cornell Lab Brings Research to Life for Sciencenter Families

New Project Seeks Elders’ Wisdom on Love and Marriage

Gerner, ISS’ Faculty Fellow Affiliate and Professor Emerita of Policy Analysis and Management, Dies at 64

ISS’ Family Project Fellow Wins Article of the Year Award

ISS’ Evolving Family Team Member Wins Prestigious Animal Behavior Society Award

Population Center and Its Demographic Research Boosted by $1.15 Million Grant

Even in 13-Year-Olds, Poverty-Induced Stress Triggers Physical, Disease-Related Changes, Researchers Find

First-borns Get More Quality Time with Parents, Evolving Family Affiliate Finds

Daddy Data: Conference Focuses on New Trends in Fatherhood

Cohabiters are Traditional, Contrary to Alternative Living Style, Evolving Family Affiliate Says

New Study Examines Interracial Marriage and Cohabitation Patterns Among America’s Diverse Black Populations, Evolving Family Affiliate Finds

Cohabiters, Especially Poor Women, Are Unlikely to Wed, Evolving Family Affiliate Finds

Who Will Help Older Mothers When They Most Need It? By Far, Their No. 1 Choice is Daughters, Evolving Family Affiliate Finds

Ties That Bond: Evolving Family Team Project Team Spends Busy Year Bringing People Together

Evolving Family Affiliate Considers Polygamy and the Marriage Market