Family and Consumer Sciences

Disparity Levels in Parent-Child Relationship Satisfaction in Emerging Adulthood and Parental Relationship Dissolution

Author(s) Kianna Zimmer, Raisa Lane, Emma Sherwood, Emily McAtee Faculty Mentor(s) Sarah Feeney (Family & Consumer Sciences) Abstract Previous literature has found that healthy parent-child relationships are less common among children who experience dissolution of their parents’ relationship. Few studies have examined how parental relationship… Read More »Disparity Levels in Parent-Child Relationship Satisfaction in Emerging Adulthood and Parental Relationship Dissolution

The Sibling Relationship: The Effects of Chronic Illness on the Quality of Sibling Relationships

Author(s) Caitlin Burkwist Faculty Mentor(s) Katy Tenhulzen (Family & Consumer Sciences), Amy Claridge (Family and Consumer Sciences) Abstract Children with chronic illnesses have been studied for the psychological effects of their illness, such as quality of life, social functioning, and coping. The siblings of these… Read More »The Sibling Relationship: The Effects of Chronic Illness on the Quality of Sibling Relationships

The Impact of Food offerings on social media engagements in the Yakima Valley Wine Industry during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Author(s) Katrina Doonan Faculty Mentor(s) Jill Clark (Family & Consumer Sciences) Abstract This oral presentation looks at the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Yakima Valley Wine Industry – specifically from March 2020-August 2020. This study will analyze four wineries within the Yakima Valley… Read More »The Impact of Food offerings on social media engagements in the Yakima Valley Wine Industry during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Maternal Depression Perceived During Adolescence and Attachment Security in Adulthood

Author(s) Adrienne Larson Faculty Mentor(s) Amy Claridge (Family & Consumer Sciences) Abstract Previous literature has found that maternal depression and adversity can decrease the likelihood of the formation of a secure attachment in infants, but few studies have examined the association between maternal depression during… Read More »Maternal Depression Perceived During Adolescence and Attachment Security in Adulthood