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At White House forum, Clark U. psychologist Abbie Goldberg shares research on gay fathers

By Melissa Lynch

On June 9, Clark University associate professor of psychology Abbie Goldberg participated in a Working Fathers panel, organized by the White House, on the topic of the father’s role in parenting and the shifting nature of parenthood.  The Obama administration hosted the forum to spotlight the need for family-friendly policies in the workplace. Other... »

Clark University professor receives $700K grant from NIMH to study postpartum depression issues

By Melissa Lynch

Abbie E. Goldberg, associate professor in The Department of Psychology at Clark University, received $718,770 from the National Institute of Mental Health for her three-and-a-half year project, “Mental health in the postpartum period among visible and invisible sexual minority women: A U.S.-Canada study.” Goldberg will serve as principal investigator and will work with Lori... »