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David Klein, Ph.D.
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2018 Annual NCFR Conference
An historical overview of family theory and methods with an emphasis on key events and participants, some aspects of which are not already widely known.
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Mathematica Policy Research
Leaders from across the federal policy community discuss how emerging research methods to generate and interpret evidence can inform policy decisions.
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Family Law and Public Policy
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Family Resource Management
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It's okay if you don't succeed. Don't hide it — shine a bright light on it and figure out why it didn't work. That's where big breakthroughs come.
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Human Growth and Development Across the Lifespan
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Nikki DiGregorio, Ph.D., and Amanda Rich, Ph.D., prompt thinking about an interdisciplinary approach to same-sex family research. 60 minutes. 1 CFLE contact hour.
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Families and Individuals in Societal Contexts
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Space travel is complicated. Do you think an expert could explain all its complexities to a layperson in less than three minutes?
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Free, ongoing web trainings from the U.S. Census Bureau address topic areas within the Census and American Community Survey.
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Alan Acock, Ph.D., shares information on Item Response Theory (IRT) from his book, A Gentle Introduction to Stata. 120 minutes. 2 CFLE contact hours.
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You'll learn skills in four areas to help strengthen your qualitative research. One 90-minute, three 60-minute. 4.5 CFLE contact hours.
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The final installment of the British Psychological Society's "Dancing Statistics" video series will help you review or learn about frequency distributions.
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In this webinar series, you'll receive an introduction to Structural Equation Modeling using Stata, a statistical software program, with Alan Acock, Ph.D.
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Review or learn the statistical concept of variance through this dance number.
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Alan Hawkins, Ph.D., and Jennifer Jay, M.MFT, LCMFT, discuss conducting a systematic literature review and meta-analysis. 60 minutes. 1 CFLE contact hour.
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This week's video revisits the entertaining combination of performing arts and research.
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Jean Illsley Clarke, Ph.D., CFLE, and David Bredehoft, Ph.D., CFLE, discuss childhood overindulgence and implications for parents, grandparents, and educators.
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Human Growth and Development Across the Lifespan
Parent Education and Guidance
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From the 2013 NCFR conference. By Stephanie Coontz
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Family Science Education
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In this clip from her NCFR 2013 annual conference plenary session, Dr. Kristin Moore of Child Trends discusses measurements of child well-being.
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Human Growth and Development Across the Lifespan
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From the 2013 NCFR conference
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Diversity and Inclusion
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From the 2013 NCFR conference
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From the 2013 NCFR conference
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The British Psychological Society has created a "Dancing Statistics" video series, which uses dance choreography to demonstrate statistical concepts.
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Andrew Cherlin, NCFR Fellow and noted sociologist and demographer from Johns Hopkins University, discusses marriage, cohabitation, and trends in family formation.
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Do you remember the difference between classical and operant conditioning? This brief "Ted-Ed" lecture is a basic refresher. Enjoy!
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