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Frank Fincham

Frank Fincham

Frank Fincham's interests span social, clinical, and developmental psychological perspectives in the study of personal relationships. Research programs have been undertaken in three complementary areas.

The first focuses on understanding marriage/partnership, particularly the cognitive processes involved in conflict, and more recently, on relationship education. The second examines the association between interparental conflict/divorce and child adjustment. A third program of research focuses on forgiveness, especially in family relationships.

A former Rhodes Scholar, Frank has received numerous awards for his research including the President's Award (British Psychological Society; for "distinguished contributions to psychological knowledge") and the Berscheid-Hatfield Award (International Network on Personal Relationships; for "sustained, substantial, and distinguished contributions to the field of personal relationships"). His work has placed him among the top 25 psychologists in the world in terms of impact (number of citations per published article).

Frank is an Eminent Scholar and Director of the FSU Family Institute. As a social psychologist he attempts to integrate basic and applied research, often bringing social psychological theory to bear on important societal problems.

Primary Interests:

  • Aggression, Conflict, Peace
  • Applied Social Psychology
  • Causal Attribution
  • Close Relationships
  • Communication, Language
  • Interpersonal Processes
  • Life Satisfaction, Well-Being
  • Social Cognition

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Frank Fincham
Family Institute
Sandels Building
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-1491
United States

  • Phone: (850) 644-4914
  • Fax: (850) 644-3439

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