Brigham Young University
FHSS FACULTY LISTING
Office: 239 TLRB
, Assistant Professor
Department: Family Life
Human Development and Family Studies, Auburn University, 2012
Human Development and Family Studies, Auburn University, 2005
Family Science, Brigham Young University, 2003
Stephanie Y Davis, Jonathan G Sandberg, Angela Beesley Bradford, Jeffry Hale Larson (2016). Gender differences in couple attachment behaviors as predictors of dietary habits and physical activity levels.
Journal of Health Psychology.
Julianne McGill, Francesca Adler-Baeder, Angela Beesley Bradford, Jennifer Kerpelman, Scott Ketring, Donna Sollie (2016). The role of relational instability on individual and partner outcomes following couple and relationship education participation.
Angela B Bradford, Alan J. Hawkins, Jennifer Acker (2015). If we build it, they will come: Exploring policy and practice implications of public support for couple and relationship education for lower income and relationally distressed couples.
Angela B Bradford, Francesca Adler-Baeder, Scott A Ketring, Kristen L Bub, Joe F Pittman (2014). Relationship quality and depressed affect among a diverse sample of relationally unstable Relationship Education participants.
Angela B Bradford, Cassidy Erickson, Thomas A Smith, Francesca Adler-Baeder, Scott A Ketring (2014). Adolescents’ intentions to use relationship interventions by demographic group: Before and after a relationship education curriculum.
American Journal of Family Therapy.
Angela B Bradford, S. Ketring, T. Smith (2014). Experiencing the addiction recovery process.
Clinical supervision activities for increasing competence and self-awareness.
Angela B Bradford, Francesca Adler-Baeder, Scott A Ketring, Thomas A Smith (2012). The role of participant-facilitator demographic match in couple and relationship education.
Cassandra L Kirkland, Emily M Skuban, Francesca Adler-Baeder, Scott A Ketring, Angela B Bradford, Thomas A Smith, Mallory J Lucier-Greer (2011).
Effects of marriage/relationship education on coparenting and children's social skills: Examining rural minority parents' experiences.
Early Childhood Research and Practice.
Francesca Adler-Baeder, Christiana Russell, Jennifer Kerpelman, Joe F Pittman, Scott A Ketring, Thomas A Smith, Mallory J Lucier-Greer, Angela B Bradford, Kate Stringer (2009). Thriving in stepfamilies: Exploring competence and well-being among African American youth.
Journal of Adolescent Health.
Francesca Adler-Baeder, Karen Shirer, Angela B Bradford (2007).
What's love got to do with it? The role of healthy couple relationships and marriages in promoting child, family, and community well-being.
The Forum for Family and Consumer Issues.
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