- Managing Good and Bad Times: How Can Your Family Be More Resilient? (powerpoint)
- Managing Good and Bad Times: How Can Your Family Be More Resilient?CSUE Agent/Other Professional TtT (powerpoint)
- Agricultural Drought Information - http://drought.colostate.edu/
- Helping Adults, Youth and Children deal with the Psychological Effects of Terrorism
- Checklist Farm/Ranch
- Recognizing Signs of High Stress, Anger, Depression, and Suicidal thinking in Agriculture & Making Effective Referrals - Visalia, CA (powerpoint)
- Recognizing Signs of High Stress, Anger, Depression, and Suicidal Thinking & Making Effective Referrals
in Rural Settings - NARMH (powerpoint)
- Checklist non-Farm
- Suicide Red Flag Training -Crossroads Safehouse (powerpoint)
- Recognizing Farmer Stress, Anger, Depression and Suicide - Thinking & Knowing What To Do Next (powerpoint)
- Recognize the Signs of Stress, Depression (Dairy Herd Management Magazine)
- Suicide prevention in the dairy industry (PowerPoint)
- Recognizing Stress, Anger, Depression and Suicidal Thinking and Knowing What to do Next (Proceedings)
- Coping with Unemployment
- RETHINK Research
- Trends in Families & Communities in Colorado
- Wonderwise Parent
- A Devotion Ceremony
- Family Involvement in Education
- Parenting Site - WI Extension
- Parenting Site - AL Extension
- Extension Family and Parenting Education- NC
- Human Development Extension -NC
- Web Site for Kids on "Kidd Safety"
- Minnesota Stress Management Briefs
- National Center of Fathers and Families
- Statistics gathered by 70 agencies on agriculture to transportation
- CSU Human Development and Family Studies
- Family - Children/Youth
- Youth Suicide
- Adolescent Alcohol and Drug Abuse
- Children's Anger and Tantrums
Family - Elderly
- Grandparents: As Parents
Family - Relationships
- Farming, Ranching: Health Hazard or Opportunity?
- Transitions and Changes: Practical Strategies
- Transitions and Changes: Who Copes Well?
- Ranching and Farming with Family Members
- Dealing With Our Anger
- Dealing With Others' Anger
- Dealing With Couples' Anger
- Manage Anger Through Family Meetings
- Evaluating Family Life Websites
- Managing Stress During Tough Times
- Making Decisions and Coping Well With Drought
How to search for and cite resources with Colorado State University Morgan Library Family Life Electronic Databases:
Searching CSU Library Family Life Database
- Colorado State University
Colorado State University Morgan Library
- Click on Libraries
- Catalogs & Databases
- Online Databases
- Social Sciences
- Child Abuse & Neglect
- Family Studies Database
- Social Science Abstracts
- Or you can use the alphabet catalog to search other Family Life Electronic Databases
- Mental Health Abstracts
- ERIC (Under Education)
Doctorate-Granting Institutions. (1998, August 28). The Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac, XLV(1), p. 42.
Fetsch, R. J., Yang, R. K., & Pettit, M. J. (December 2008). The RETHINK Parenting and Anger Management Program: A follow-up validation study. Family Relations, 57, 543-552.
Fetsch, R. J., & Schultz, C. J. (2002, Winter/Spring). Anger, conflict, and violence levels: A comparison of farm/ranch with city/urban residents. The Forum for Family and Consumer Issues, 7(1). Available on-line: http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/fcs/pub/2002w/fetsch2.html
Fetsch, R. J., Schultz, C. J., & Wahler, J. J. (1999). A preliminary evaluation of the Colorado RETHINK parenting and anger management program. Child Abuse & Neglect: The International Journal, 23(4), 353-360.
Yang, R. K., Fetsch, R. J., Jenson, G. O., & Weigel, R. R. (1997, Spring). Broad themes about family problems: A factor analysis of opinion polling in three western states. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 89(1), 11-15.
Yang, R. K., Fetsch, R. J., Jenson, G. O., & Weigel, R. R. (1995, June). Overcoming resistance to issues-based programming: Validating and clustering public issues. Journal of Extension, 33(3), feature 2.
Weigel, R. R., Fetsch, R. J., Jenson, G. O., Yang, R. K., & Rogers, D. L. (1992). Issues validation: A new environmental scanning technique for family life educators. Family Relations, 41, 251-255.