Research

Founded in 2003, the Marriage and Family Research Institute is dedicated to conducting rigorous research to improve the lives of couples, individuals, and families in the community. Relationship education research is proven to help couples and individuals increase relationship satisfaction, improve communication skills, and decrease relationship problems. By participating in Project Harmony, you are contributing to an area of research that can help couples and individuals have more fulfilling, happy, and healthy relationships.

Funding for this project was provided by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Grant: #90FM0078. These services are available to all eligible persons, regardless of race, gender, age, disability, or religion.

Project Harmony is classified as a research study at the University of Central Florida, UCF IRB SBE-15-11828. This study is under the direction of Dr. Sejal Barden, Principal Investigator and Dr. Dalena Dillman Taylor, Co-Principal Investigator.

 

 

 

Administrative Contact Information:

Telephone: 407.823.1748 | Fax: 407.823.1749 | Email: mfri@ucf.edu

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If you are interested in receiving more information about Project Harmony, please fill out the inquiry form at this link and one of our team members will be happy to contact you: http://mfri.ucf.edu/contact-us/
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UCF Marriage & Family Research Institute7 days ago
”Single parent families deal with many other pressures and potential problem areas that the nuclear family does not have to face. “
https://www.apa.org/helpcenter/single-parent
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UCF Marriage & Family Research Institute2 weeks ago
Already participated in Project Harmony? Share it with your friends and family! Have them call us at 407-823-1748 to register 😄
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UCF Marriage & Family Research Institute2 weeks ago
“The best way to achieve adult love is to develop the most important relationship skill.” Read below to discover what this skill is!

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/anger-in-the-age-entitlement/201805/the-key-having-adult-relationship