The Centre for Family Research is a multidisciplinary research institute within the Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge. The Centre has undertaken pioneering and influential research since the 1960s, and has an international reputation for its investigations of families and children. Research Interests: Our interests cover children, parents and family relationships. Our research has dealt with topics from pregnancy, through all the years of childhood, to partnerships and parenthood, and later life. Although the majority of our members are psychologists, our multidisciplinary team includes sociologists, anthropologists, biologists and bioethicists. The Centre has close connections with schools, assisted reproduction and neonatal clinics, adoption services, child psychiatry and clinical genetics departments, and family law professionals.

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Tine Ravn - Visiting researcher

Visiting scholar at Centre for Family Research, University of Cambridge
Jan 2016

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