Rick Miller, Professor

Department: Family Life

Vita

Email: rick_miller@byu.edu

Office: 2008C JFSB

Phone: 801-422-2860

Research Interests

MFT Process Research
Marriage and Health
Families in China

Professional Affiliations

  • American Sociological Association

Recent Publications

  • Jones, B. L., Hill, E. J., & Miller, R. B. (forthcoming). Work-family fit, family routines, and family satisfaction in Singapore. Asian Pacific Journal of Human Resources.
  • Johnson, L., Selland, B., Mennenga, K. D., Oka, M., Rachel, T. B., Anderson, S., & Miller, R. (2017). Examining the Link Between Exercise and Marital Arguments in Clinical Couples. Couple and Family Psychology: Research and Practice, 6, 226-234.
  • Johnson, L., Miller, R., Bradford, A., & Anderson, S. (2017). The Marriage and Family Therapy Practice Research Network (MFT-PRN): Creating a more perfect union between practice and research. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 43, 561-572.
  • Miller, R. B., & Midgat, T. (2017). Life transitions for couples. Foundations for couples' therapy: Research for the real world, 236-244.
  • Miller, R. (2016). Attachment and relational aggression: Power as a mediating variable.. American Journal of Family Therapy, 44, 24-35.
  • Miller, R. (2015). A Longitudinal View of the Association Between Therapist Warmth and Couples’ In-Session Process: An Observational Pilot Study of Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy.
  • Su, L., Miller, R., Canlas, J., & Willoughby, B. (2015). A cross-cultural study of perceived marital problems in Taiwan and the United States. In Contemporary Family Therapy (pp. 165-175).
  • Johnson, L., Tambling, R. B., Mennenga, K. D., Ketring, S. A., Oka, M., Anderson, S., Miller, R. (2015). Examining attachment avoidance and attachment anxiety across eight sessions of couple therapy. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 42, 195-212.
  • Canlas, J. M., Miller, R., & Busby, D. (2015). Same-Race and Interracial Asian-White Couples: Relational and Social Contexts and Relationship Outcomes.. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 46, 307-328.
  • Miller, R., & Johnson, L. (2014). Advanced methods in family therapy research: A focus on validity and change. , 466.
  • Johnson, L., & Miller, R. (2014). Applied statistical analysis and interpretation. advanced methods in family therapy research: A focus on validity and change, 315-328.
  • Miller, R., & Pheifer, L. (2014). Developing a good research idea. Advanced methods in family therapy research, 12-24.
  • Johnson, L., & Miller, R. (2014). Introduction: The importance of validity and nonindependence in MFT research. Advanced methods in family therapy research: A focus on validity and change, 1-11.
  • Miller, R., Jackson, J., Oka, M., & Henry, R. (2014). Gender differences in marital satisfaction: A meta-analysis. Journal of Marriage and Family, 76, 105-129.
  • Miller, R., Nunes, N., & Bean, R. (forthcoming). Marital problems and marital satisfaction among Brazilian couples. American Journal of Family Therapy..
  • Miller, R., Hollist, C. S., & Law, D. (2013). Marital quality and health over 20 years: A growth curve analysis: Journal of Marriage and Family.
  • Miller, R. (2013). Marital satisfaction and depressive symptoms among Chinese older couples. In Aging and Mental Health (pp. 93-113).
  • Miller, R., Mason, T., Canlas, J., & Nelson, D. (2013). Marital satisfaction and depressive symptoms in China. In Journal of Family Psychology (pp. 677-682).
  • Miller, R. (forthcoming). Marital satisfaction and depressive symptoms among Chinese older couples. In Aging and Mental Health.
  • Miller, R. (2012). Portuguese translation and validation of the Revised Dyadic Adjustment Scale.. In Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (pp. 348-358).
  • Day, R., Gavazzi, S. M., Miller, R., & Van Langeveld, A. (2009). Compelling family processes. Marriage and Family Review, 45, 116-128.