Candidate for Friday Five

1. ‘Awe Walks’ Boost Emotional Well-Being


OR

Older people have become younger: physical and cognitive function have improved meaningfully in 30 years




2. CoupleTalk Live




3. Social Science Research Analyst

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, Administration for Children and Families





4. MDRC Seeks Fatherhood Programs to Participate in SIRF Project

Strengthening the Implementation of Responsible Fatherhood Programs (SIRF) Nomination Process


OR

How to Keep Problem Participants from Derailing Your Group Sessions

Erik Vecere






5. Explaining US income inequality by household demographics, 2019 update

Mark J. Perry | Carpe Diem





6. This (free!) parenting class from Yale will help you eliminate friction in your house

LAUREN STEELE  





7. A Medieval Mother Tries Distance Learning

By Esther Liberman Cuenca





8. Research: Differences in Marriage and Romantic Involvement among Older African Americans


Gender differences in marriage, romantic involvement, and desire for romantic involvement among older African Americans

Dawne M. Mouzon, Robert Joseph Taylor, Linda M. Chatters





9. Japan newlyweds can receive up to ¥600,000 to start new life





10. Deseret News-BYU survey: Emotional, physical resources key to how kids fare

Lois M. Collins  





11.Marriage test from 1939 reveals what makes a good housewife





12.Social Norms, Labor Market Opportunities, and the Marriage Gap Between Skilled and Unskilled Women

Marianne Bertrand, University of Chicago, Patricia Cortes, Boston University, Claudia Olivetti, Dartmouth College, and Jessica Pan, National University of Singapore




13. The pandemic proves we all should know ‘psychological first aid.’ Here are the basics.

Stacey Colino  





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Candidates for Friday Five

1. SEX AND AGE—Total Population—Estimate

ACS




2. How to Be Stronger Co-Parents During the Pandemic

Parents are under a lot of pressure, but good communication can support your family’s well-being.

BY PHIL COWAN, CAROLYN P. COWAN, MARYAM ABDULLAH





3. Reducing the Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences

By Kate Bradford





4. Jennifer Howard’s ‘Clutter: An Untidy History’ takes Marie Kondo’s message a step further

By Jennifer Reese



OR

Clinical psychologist’s book aims to help you build resilience, face hardship during a stressful time like the pandemic

Erin Blakemore





5. 

The 2020 American Family Survey: Attitudes toward family, COVID-19, politics, race, and economic well-being 


Tuesday, September 22, 2020, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EDT 

Online: https://www.brookings.edu/events/the-2020-american-family-survey-attitudes-toward-family-covid-19-politics-race-and-economic-well-being/





6. Street View of 1940s New York





7. Child Welfare Virtual Expo 2020
Strengthening Families Through Prevention and Collaboration

Thursday, September 24, 2020




8. Types of Romantic Relationships in Emerging Adulthood: Implications for Relationship Education

Sarah Hokanson  





9. Protecting Your Relationship in the Shadow of Corona

Dr. Scott Stanley




10. 2019 Census Child Poverty Data and What COVID-19 Means for Kids

Tue, Sep 22, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM EDT




11. Lessons from Suicide Attempts among U.S. Army Soldiers During Deployment

By James A. Naifeh, Ph.D. and Holly B. Herberman Mash, Ph.D


12 The Protestant family ethic

What do Protestant, Catholic, private, and public schooling have to do with marriage, divorce, and non-marital childbearing?

American Enterprise Institute

Institute for Family Studies



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Candidates for Friday Five

1. Report no.4: Dads spend more quality time with kids

Jennifer Baxter, Mikayla Budinski, Megan Carroll, Kelly Hand





2. The Catholic Christian Meta-Model of the Person 

William J. Nordling, Paul C. Vitz, and Craig Steven Titus  




3. People Who Experienced Parental Divorce as Children Have Lower ‘Love Hormone’ Levels than Those Who Did Not
 
Terry Goodrich, Baylor University Media and Public Relations  





4. Homebodies: More Than a Third of Married Couples Live in State Where Both Were Born

Families

What Percentage of Married Couples Were Born in The Same State, Different State, or Another Country?

BRIAN KNOP AND LYDIA ANDERSON
  




5. Time Alone Is the Key to Staying Married. Find It

Brittany Risher





6. ‘It is getting better now’: Family letters from the deadly 1918 flu pandemic
 


or 

In pandemic era, the term palliative care is even more scary for some. So specialists want to rename it.

Haider J. Warraich  





7. 

Love, sex and marriage – a history of Irish coupledom

Sexuality in Ireland was freer under British rule than after Independence






8. ELEVATE: Implementation of a healthy marriage and relationship education program by a statewide cooperative extension service



9.. Growing Up Poor: The American Dream Deferred, Sep 15, 2020, 02:00 PM in Eastern Timehttps://wgbh.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_recnaLEWRkewG4I_CA4Ziw?utm_source=Iterable&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=streaming&utm_content=xxxx

10. Free Webinar with Kevin Palau and Leading Marriage Experts on Strategies for Church Growth in COVID and Beyon

September 10, 2020 at 1:00 ET/ 12:00 CT/ 10:00 PT – Zoom Webinar

https://communio.org/free-webinar-with-leading-marriage-experts-on-strategies-for-church-growth-in-covid-and-beyond/


11. Marriage penalties, the marriage divide, and the US safety netThursday, September 10, 2020 | 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EThttps://www.aei.org/events/marriage-penalties-the-marriage-divide-and-the-us-safety-net/

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Candidates for Friday Five

1.  COVID-19: Managing Relationships Under Stay-at-Home Orders





2. Incentivize individual agency to achieve upward mobility

Ian Rowe






3. FAMILY DECISION MAKING IN 2020

Jacob Goldsmith, Ph.D.





4. Ten Years of Change in Remarriage
 
 Leslie Reynolds  





5. Parents and Children Together: How Low-Income Fathers in Responsible Fatherhood Programs Perceive and Provide Financial Support for Their Children





6. Public attitudes about today’s dating landscape
 




 7. Census Bureau to Host Webinar on Release of 2019 American Community Survey Statistics





8. Family Feud: Half Of Parents Squabble With Grandparents Over Parenting Choices
 
John Anderer





9. Corporate Plan, Australian Institute of Family Studies

2020/21 to 2023/24
 



10. Here's What Gen Z Would Like to Accomplish Before Marriage

The top two factors will surprise you.
by Esther Lee





11. Mortality worldwide: Be generous, live longer
 




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Candidates for Friday Five

1. The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Block Grant: A Legislative History

ACF/HHS


OR

New Compendiums to Support Linking Data for Research

BRETT BROWN

 



2. Outcomes and Outcome Domains Examined in HMRE Evaluation Studies

Sydney J. Briggs, April Wilson, Mindy E. Scott, and Deja Logan





3. Resources to Help Young Parents Thrive

ANNIE E. CASEY FOUNDATION  






4. Marriage status of household reference person by ethnicity within marriage, UK, 2018






5. Recognizing and Responding to Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) in Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education (HMRE) Programs

OPRE/ACF/HHS



OR

Recognizing and Responding to Teen Dating Violence (TDV) in Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education (HMRE) Programs





6. RESEARCH PROFESSOR (OPEN RANK), FATHERHOOD MENTAL HEALTH

INSIDE HIGHER ED  





7. Painful Questions






8. Can A Marriage Survive Without Intimacy?
 
CHRIS OWNBY

 

OR

FAMILY AND MARRIAGE: Feeling what the other person feels

By Roger Rollins






9. Fathers Eve 

Also see NBC news coverage




10. THE 2020 RELATIONSHIP ENHANCEMENT® AND FILIAL THERAPY CONFERENCE

SEPTEMBER 19, 2020, WEBINARS VIA VIDEO CONFERENCING






Educational Technology and Mobile Learning  



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