Culture & Race

069: Reducing the impact of intergenerational trauma

By Jen Lumanlan | Jul 22, 2018

Join us for an insightful conversation with Dr. Rebecca Babcock-Fenerci as we delve into the profound impact of unresolved trauma from one’s own upbringing on parenting. Discover ways to recognize and address these issues, reducing the risk of transmitting them to your child.

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067: Does the Marshmallow Test tell us anything useful?

By Jen Lumanlan | Jun 25, 2018

Delve into the captivating world of the Marshmallow Test, from its origins to recent research challenges presented by Dr. Tyler Watts. Discover the fascinating insights into delayed gratification in children and its significance in their lives, all while uncovering the test’s nuances and potential limitations.

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066: Is the 30 Million Word Gap real?

By Jen Lumanlan | Jun 10, 2018

Dive into the complex world of the ’30 Million Word Gap’ study and its limitations as we uncover the research by Dr. Doug Sperry, shedding light on the role of overheard language in children’s vocabulary development. Explore the nuances and implications of this study, raising questions about linguistic skills in our education system.

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063: How family storytelling can help you to develop closer relationships and overcome struggles

By Jen Lumanlan | May 7, 2018

Delve into the captivating world of family storytelling and explore its numerous benefits, from instilling values in children to aiding in the healing process from traumatic experiences. Learn how to effectively incorporate storytelling into your parenting journey.

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060: What do children learn from reading books?

By Jen Lumanlan | Mar 25, 2018

Delve into the world of children’s learning through storytelling with Dr. Deena Weisberg from The University of Pennsylvania. Explore the valuable insights into what children glean from stories, their ability to understand morals, and the role of various book types in their development.

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