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Current program: Ph.D., Family Science
M.A., Family Social Science - University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
B.S.B., Human Resources and Industrial Relationships - University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Muzi is interested in life experiences and parenting practices of mothers (e.g. mothers with mood disorders, deployed mothers, and single mothers by choice) and its association with child adjustment. Muzi's current research focuses on families of single mothers by choice who obtain motherhood through assisted reproductive technologies (ART). Muzi has interest in both quantitative and qualitative research methods.
- Chen, M., Narayan, A. J., Berghuis, K., & Klimes-Dougan, B. (2014, November). Marital adjustment in parents with and without mood disorders. Poster presentation at the National Council on Family Relations annual conference, Baltimore, MD.
- Chen, M., Klimes-Dougan, B., & Narayan, A. J. (2012, September). The role of parental depression and bipolar disorder on negative family functioning. Poster presentation at the Women’s Health Research Conference: A Focus on Mature Women’s Health, Minneapolis, MN.
- Narayan, A. J., Chen, M., Martinez, P., Gold, P. W., & Klimes-Dougan, B. (in press). Interparental violence and parental mood disorders as predictors of adolescent physical aggression within the family context. Aggressive Behavior.