$878K grant allows Wright State researchers to study military marriages


Military marriages are known for long periods of separation and high stress — situations that can cause those on active duty to become distracted at a time when they need to be keen.

Wright State University psychology researchers are tasked with studying whether early detection can save more of these marriages.

The Department of Defense has awarded the researchers an $878,000 grant to recruit about 250 Air Force couples who have been in a committed relationship for at least six months, and see how they respond to marriage counseling.

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