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Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth and Families

Dealing With Addiction in Native American Communities

Native American communities suffer disproportionately from drug and alcohol abuse, violence and suicide. Norton School and UA College of Medicine researcher Tommy K. Read more »

Turn Up the Heat to Turn Down Depression?

The Norton School's Dr. Charles Raison is studying whole-body hyperthermia as an alternative treatment for depression.

Gorilla experts' course focuses on fathering

Fatherhood has a higher profile at the Norton School and University of Arizona these days, thanks to a pair of gorilla gurus. Read more »

Gorillas help students understand fatherhood (video)

First of its kind U of A class, taught in the Norton School on parenting, featured on Phoenix NBC TV 12.

Norton School aims to teach future dads more than how-to

A  Norton School course has hundreds of college students learning what being a father really means for men and women. Read more »

A Bad Day Can Ruin a Good Relationship

Norton School Alum and Researcher Casey Totenhagen featured in Prevention magazine.  When you're having a particularly grueling day, you may feel less committed to your partner compared to Read more »

The Developmental Course of Romantic Relationships

This multidisciplinary text highlights the development of romantic relationships, from initiation to commitment or demise, by highlighting the historical context, current research and theory, and d Read more »

Study: Good deeds go unnoticed by your significant other

Gentlemen, don't take this as a clue to never take the trash out again, but, you may find that your good deeds go unnoticed on days your significant other is stressed out. Read more »



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