Romantic Relationship Processes and Health
The April Brown Bag Research Talk will feature Dr. Matthew Juarequi from the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences. The presentation is called Romantic Relationship Processess an Health: The Role of Mindfulness. This presentation showcases research on mindfulness as a clinically relevant mechanism for advancing romantic relationships and health. Specifically, findings from individual and dyadic quantitative data analyses suggest the integration of romantic relationship and mindfulness-based strategies are a promising approach for promoting relational, mental, and physical health outcomes within individuals and between romantic partners. One CHES credit will be offered for participation in this event.
The talk will take place on Wednesday, April 28, 2021 from 12 pm – 1 pm on Zoom. Brown Bag Research Talks will be hosted monthly this semester by the Center and will feature the research of Latinx faculty and CSULB faculty conducting research on Latinx health and health disparities, as well as of other underserved communities. No RSVP is required for these events.