In this study, CCFW staff member Becca Calhoun and Academic Partner Dr. India Ornelas analyzed several aspects of participant engagement in a Web-based workplace MBI designed to reduce stress and increase mindfulness in 9-1-1 telecommunicators.
In this study, CCFW Academic Partners examine patterns of adult adversity in parents who were exposed to adverse childhood experiences (ACES).
In this study, Dr. Lengua and collaborators conducted preliminary evaluation of a brief parenting program that aims to promote young children’s self-regulation, social–emotional competence, and academic readiness.
In this study, Dr. Kevin King and colleagues tested whether different dimensions of parenting are differentially associated with substance use outcomes across Caucasians and Asian Americans.
In this paper, CCFW Academic Partner Dr. Cynthia Price presents a framework, based on psychological and neurobiological research, for understanding how interoceptive awareness facilitates regulation and an integrated sense of self, and thus contributes to health and well-being.
In this study, Drs. Paula Nurius and Anjum Hajat, CCFW Academic Partners, evaluate the interaction between psychosocial stressors and air pollution on cardiovascular disease.