Intimate relationships will be the focus of a lecture by Cal State San Bernardino assistant psychology professor and researcher Kelly Campbell on Monday, Feb. 11.
The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place from 6-7 p.m. in the Wong Auditorium of the Feldheym Public Library, 555 W. 6th St. in San Bernardino.
Campbell, who specializes in human development and interpersonal relationships, will talk about the factors that help and hinder the growth of intimate relationships.
Topics covered include attachment style, attribution, jealousy and love.
She will also talk about couple rituals, including the positive and negative patterns that partners enact together.
Campbell’s work on couple relationships has been published in books and research journals. She has done presentations at regional, national and international conferences.
Her research has been featured in television and radio news media such as CBS, NBC, NPR and TMZ, as well as in the magazines Cosmopolitan, Inland Empire, Men’s Health, Women’s Health and SELF.
The presentation is geared toward clinicians, community professionals and anyone with an interest in the psychology of intimate human relationships.
The event is sponsored by CSUSB’s Institute for Child Development and Family Relations and co-sponsored by the CSUSB College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Catholic Charities, the CSUSB Student Health and Psychological Counseling Center and CSUSB Community Counseling Center.
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