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Michelle Miller-Day

Department Affiliation:  Communication Arts and Sciences
Education: Ph.D. (Communication), 1995, Arizona State University
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POSITION TITLE:  Assistant Professor of Communication Arts & Sciences


RESEARCH INTERESTS:  Family communication patterns and problem behavior outcomes; the influences of "working poor" mothers' work experiences, maternal well-being, mother-youth relations, and adolescent outcomes.


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS: 

Miller-Day, M. , & Day, L. E. (In Press). Family communication, maternal and paternal expectations, and college students' suicidality. Journal of Family Communication , 2.

Miller-Day, M. (2002). Parent-adolescent communication about alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use. Journal of Adolescent Research, 17, 604-627.

Miller-Day, M. , & Barnett, J. (2002). I'm not a druggie: Adolescents' ethnicity and (erroneous) beliefs about drug use norms. Health Communication, 15.

Miller-Day, M. , & Lee, J. W. (2001). Communicating disappointment: The viewpoint of sons and daughters. Journal of Family Communication, 1, 111-131.


 

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