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Memory Bias Leads To Happiest Marriages, Says UF Researcher

Published: Dec 31st, 1997

GAINESVILLE — Doses of self-delusion can be very useful in sustaining marital bliss, says a University of Florida researcher of newlyweds.

UF Researcher: Families Not Necessarily Best Suited To Care For Elderly

Published: Dec 4th, 1997

GAINESVILLE — Many aging parents would rather take the risks of personal freedom than kowtow to their grown children for help with daily living, a University of Florida study finds.

UF Researcher: Teens Who Drink Are More Likely To Be Sexually Active

Published: Aug 29th, 1997

GAINESVILLE — Alcohol use is the best predictor of whether teen-agers are sexually active, regardless of their race or gender, a new University of Florida study finds.

UF Study: Links To Women’s Groups Influence State Legislators’ Voting

Published: Aug 12th, 1997

GAINESVILLE — Ties to influential women’s groups — not whether a legislator is a man, woman, Republican or Democrat — most likely determine how state lawmakers nationwide vote on family issues, a new University of Florida study finds.

UF Researcher: Working Full Time Does Not Deter Breast-Feeding Mothers

Published: Jul 31st, 1997

GAINESVILLE — Women who return to the workplace after having babies are just as likely to breast-feed as their counterparts who stay home, a new University of Florida study finds.

UF Researcher: “What Does Your Wife Do?” Symbolizes Change

Published: Mar 13th, 1997

GAINESVILLE — The rise in abortions, divorces and women in the labor force represent greater equality between the sexes and not a moral breakdown of society, a University of Florida researcher says in a new book.