Warren Miller began his research career studying human reproductive motivations in the early 1970s at Stanford University’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science. In 1982 he became director of the Transnational Family Research Institute’s California branch, where he has continued conducting theory based studies of childbearing motivations and reproductive behaviors up through the present. His current interests focus on the biological, psychological, and dyadic antecedents to fertility.
Articles by Warren Miller
Transnational Family Research Institute (TFRI)