My primary research interests include couple relationships and their impact on multiple domains of functioning. Specifically, I am interested in the prevention, assessment, and treatment of relationship distress. Other areas of interest include the association between couple and individual functioning, and between romantic and other close relationships.
Stanton, K., Fissette, C., Snyder, D. K., Reig-Ferrer, A., & Cepeda-Benito, A. (November 2014). Assessing Relationship Distress: A Comparison of the Spanish and English Marital Satisfaction Inventory – Brief Forms Using Item Response Theory. Poster to be presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies 48th annual convention, Philadelphia, PA.
Stanton, K., Cicila, L., & Doss, B (November 2013). Violated Expectations over the Transition to Parenthood: Gender differences and the importance of childcare. Poster presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies 47th annual convention, Nashville, TN.
Stanton, K., Cicila, L., & Doss, B (November 2012). Predicting Postpartum Individual and Couple Functioning: The role of prenatal expectancies and actual involvement in childcare. Poster presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies 46th annual convention, National Harbor, MD.