|Coleman, Marilyn, PhD|
Marilyn Coleman is a Curators' -Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at the University of Missouri. She is an Affiliate with Women's and Gender Studies, a Fellow in the Center for Excellence on Aging, and a Fellow in the Center for Family Research and Policy. She has co-authored, primarily with Lawrence Ganong, over 150 articles and book chapters as well as 7 books, including Families in the 20th Century (2007), Stepfamilies: Development, Dynamics, and Intervention (2004), Changing Families, Changing Responsibilities (1999), Remarried Family Relationships (1994) and Bibliotherapy with Stepchildren (1988). They are the editors of Points and Counterpoints: Controversial Relationship and Family Issues in the 21st Century (2003) and The Handbook of Contemporary Families, (2004). Ganong and Coleman have conducted research on stepfamilies for over 30 years. Their recent work has focused on: (1) intergenerational family responsibilities following divorce and remarriage and (2) the development of stepparent-stepchild relationships. Dr. Coleman is past editor of the Journal of Marriage and Family.
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