Researcher Profile

Researcher Profile

Keith Robert Aronson, PhD

Keith Robert Aronson, PhD

Associate Director, Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness
Scientific Program:Cancer Control

Research Interests

  • Military Family
  • Military Personnel
  • Job Satisfaction
  • Psychiatric Hospitals
  • Surveys and Questionnaires
  • Medically Unexplained Symptoms
  • Students
  • Emotions
  • Veterans
  • Psychology
  • Self Report
  • Survivors

Recent Publications


Richardson, CB, Morgan, NR, Bleser, JA, Aronson, KR & Perkins, DF 2019, 'A novel approach for evaluating programs designed to serve military veterans: Using an adapted common components analysis' Evaluation and Program Planning, vol. 72, pp. 145-151.
Perkins, DF, Aronson, KR, Morgan, NR, Bleser, JA, Vogt, D, Copeland, LA, Finley, EP & Gilman, C 2019, 'Veterans’ Use of Programs and Services as They Transition to Civilian Life: Baseline Assessment for the Veteran Metrics Initiative' Journal of Social Service Research.


Karre, J, Perkins, DF & Aronson, KR 2018, 'Research on Fathers in the Military Context: Current Status and Future Directions' Journal of Family Theory and Review.


Aronson, KR, Perkins, DF, Morgan, NR, Cox, CA & Robichaux, R 2018, 'Military Family Advocacy in the U.S. Army: Program Service Outcomes and Family Participation' Journal of Child and Family Studies, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 218-226.
Aronson, KR, Kyler, SJ, Morgan, NR, Perkins, DF & Love, L 2017, 'Spouse and family functioning before and after a marine's suicide: Comparisons to deaths by accident and in combat' Military Psychology, vol. 29, no. 4, pp. 294-306.


Aronson, KR, Wagstaff, DA, Farace, E, Muscat, J, Belani, C, Almokadem, S & Fossum, T 2016, 'A week in the life of lung cancer survivors: Daily reports of stress, worry, mood, and symptoms', Journal of Health Psychology, vol. 21, no. 10, pp. 2269-2282.


Moeller, JD, Culler, ED, Hamilton, MD, Aronson, KR & Perkins, DF 2015, 'The effects of military-connected parental absence on the behavioural and academic functioning of children: A literature review' Journal of Children's Services, vol. 10, no. 3, pp. 291-306.

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