ARTICLEDo You Know? How Family Stories Benefit Children and Adolescents in Myriad Ways

Marshall P. Duke is the Charles Howard Candler Professor of Psychology at Emory University, where he has served as Director of Training in clinical Psychology and as Chair of the Department of Psychology. As a member of Emory’s psychology faculty and as a core faculty member with The Emory Center for Myth and Ritual in American Life (MARIAL), he has studied a variety of family issues, most notably the development of a child’s intergenerational self and how family narratives—or knowing the ups and downs of one’s family story—can help build resilience in children and teens.

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