Martina Zemp is a professor of clinical child and adolescent psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Vienna, Austria. She studies the role of family relationships as risk and protective factors for child development. Her research addresses the following questions: How does the relationship between parents affect child well-being and behavior, and vice versa? What impact does parental conflict have on the relationship between parent and child, parenting, and children’s adjustment? Are couple- and family-oriented treatments effective in enhancing child well-being, and how do such treatments work?