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Candidates for Friday Five

1. Using Text Messages to Learn about Participants’ Experiences





2. This time, DoD wants to hear from every active duty military spouse

Karen Jowers


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Field-Test New Protective Factors Survey to Help Military Families
A new survey which aims to measure protective factors among military families is seeking military and non-military participants for field-testing. The survey is an adaption of the Protective Factors Survey, 2nd edition (PFS-2), and is called the MPFS. While the tool is designed for military families, researchers need it tested by as many families as possible, including non-military families. The MPFS is anonymous and should take between 10-15 minutes to complete. Your participation will help researchers identify the best ways of supporting military families in the US and abroad. The survey was developed by Greentrike, in collaboration with FRIENDS National Center on Community-Based Child-Abuse Prevention and the University of Kansas Center for Public Partnerships and ResearchComplete survey here.




3. 36 Questions That Can Help Kids Make Friends

Jill Suttie





4. BRINGING FATHERS INTO FOCUS FOR CHILD & FAMILY WELL-BEING

James White





5. 5 THINGS EVERY HAPPILY MARRIED COUPLE DOES EVERY DAY









7. When family stress is high, teen depression can follow

leopeebles






8. Professor Heidemarie Laurent shares tips on managing stress and building resilience





9. UArizona Psychologists Receive $2.9M to Study Neural Mechanisms of Emotions in Couples





10. Differences in Financial Risk Preferences Can Make or Break a Marriage

 Christine Clark





11. Marriage and Divorce Decline during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study of Five States

Wendy D. Manning and Krista K. Payne






12. All kids lie: How to handle it, and when you should worry

Connie Chang



Thanks 

Bill