Tyler Jamison, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Development & Family Studies at The University of New Hampshire and one of our valued Fellows at Prevention Innovations Research Center. She has dedicated her work to relationships and has authored a multitude of publications on the subject.
Dr. Jamison’s research focuses on romantic relationship development and dissolution. Using primarily qualitative methods, her research explores how relationship experiences are contextualized by socioeconomic status, education level, family structure background, developmental stage, and co-residential status. She is particularly interested in identifying disparities in partnering experiences between young adults from different socioeconomic backgrounds.
We are lucky to have such an incredible professor on our team of Fellows!
For more information about Dr. Jamison and her publications visit OpenScholar.
Read a special Valentine’s Day article about Dr. Jamison in The New Hampshire.