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ADAPT continues military family outreach mission

The After Deployment: Adaptive Parenting Tools (ADAPT) project, headed by Dr. Abigail Gewirtz, has been featured in the Star Tribune for its work with National Guard families. For the next four years, hundreds of military families in Minnesota will submit to wearing heart sensors to monitor the stresses they exert on each other and allow video cameras to record their interactions as part of an extraordinary first-in-the-nation look at the toll exacted by deployments to war zones. Read the rest of the article at the Star Tribune's website...

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