29 episodes

"Family Life Fact Check: Uncovering Reality in a World of Misinformation"
Separating fact from fiction with faculty and professors from the BYU School of Family Life.

Family Perspectives School of Family Life

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

"Family Life Fact Check: Uncovering Reality in a World of Misinformation"
Separating fact from fiction with faculty and professors from the BYU School of Family Life.

    Fact Check: Is Living Together Before Marriage Worth It?

    Fact Check: Is Living Together Before Marriage Worth It?

    Join Savannah Lowe and Brooke Ashcraft as they delve into the “new norm” of living together before getting married with Dr. Brian Willoughby. This podcast will cover more about how cohabitation affects relationships and what can be done to improve our attitudes about marriage.

    • 25 min
    Fact Check: What is True?

    Fact Check: What is True?

    Join Abby Jaglowski as she introduces the 2024 podcast theme,“Family Life Fact Check: Uncovering Reality in a World of Misinformation”, where each episode BYU students and professors will answer “hot topic” questions about family and social science. Today, Abby leads a discussion with Dr. Ashley Larsen Gibby and Dr. Alex Jensen about the fallacies, facts, and foundation of family and social science research and finding truth amid a world of [mis]information!

    • 54 min
    Tools for Using Infant Neurophysiology to Support Their Development (Part 2) - Dr. Chris Porter

    Tools for Using Infant Neurophysiology to Support Their Development (Part 2) - Dr. Chris Porter

    Cari Wobser and Kennedy Banks join Dr. Chris Porter in finishing his discussion on infant neurophysiology and the research regarding best practices for nurturing infant minds.

    • 37 min
    Tools for Using Infant Neurophysiology to Support Their Development (Part 1) - Dr. Chris Porter

    Tools for Using Infant Neurophysiology to Support Their Development (Part 1) - Dr. Chris Porter

    Join Madelyn Winder and Sierra Nielsen as they explore the fascinating world of infant neurophysiology and the practical tools it offers for fostering deeper connections with children with Dr. Chris Porter. This is part 1 of 2 episodes on this topic.

    • 37 min
    Tools for Navigating Healthy Marital Attachment - Dr. Jonathan Sandberg

    Tools for Navigating Healthy Marital Attachment - Dr. Jonathan Sandberg

    In this week's episode join Melina Myers and Abby Jaglowski as they interview Dr. Jonathan Sandberg, a practicing marriage family therapist and professor at BYU. They discuss attachment, the need for therapy, and ways to foster a healthy marital attachment.

    • 45 min
    Tools for Nurturing Emotional Regulation in Parent-Child Relationships - Dr. Mindy Brown

    Tools for Nurturing Emotional Regulation in Parent-Child Relationships - Dr. Mindy Brown

    Explore emotional well-being in parent-infant relationships with hosts Brynly Rich and Anna Julia Manning, joined by Dr. Mindy Brown. Discover ways parents can support children's emotional health, unravel intergenerational dynamics, and gain practical tools for stronger family bonds. Tune in for a brief yet impactful dive into nurturing connections.

    • 37 min

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Awesome!

So many cool researched-based insights into family life! Thank you for making this happen Tyler, Liz, and Julie, may she Rest In Peace. ❤️

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