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The Family Anatomy Podcast

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Dr. Brian MacDonald and Dr. Giuseppe Spezzano talk about the trials and tribulations of parenting and relationships. Psychologists who are also parents, they take listeners behind the curtain to discuss how they deal with their own kids while bringing in cutting-edge research findings about development and mental health.
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DATE: Tue, 13 Apr 2010
SIZE: 21.2 MB
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FA103 - Anatomy of Lying, Part 2

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk with Dr. Victoria Talwar, a researcher, author, and professor, about the development of lying and how parents can encourage their children to tell the truth. Website of the Week: Talwar Research Team For family and psychology news, visit familyanatomy.com.

DATE: Tue, 06 Apr 2010
SIZE: 29.2 MB
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FA102 - Anatomy of Careers

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about career choices. How are careers chosen? What can youth do when they're uncertain about their future job? Find out on this week's show! Website of the week:  Occupational Outlook Handbook For family and psychology news, visit familyanatomy.com.

DATE: Tue, 30 Mar 2010
SIZE: 18.7 MB
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FA101 - Anatomy of Three Things

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about three recent research studies from the world of psychology, including: How sleep problems and drug use spread trough teen social networks Dental problems as a warning sign of eating disorders Young men engage in risky behaviours when attractive women are watching. Website of the Week: Science Daily For family and psychology news, visit familyanatomy.com.

DATE: Tue, 23 Mar 2010
SIZE: 24.3 MB
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FA100 - Anatomy of 100 Episodes

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe celebrate 100 episodes of Family Anatomy, with a few clips from old shows, a walk down memory lane, and a discussion of future plans. Website of the Week: Family Anatomy   For family and psychology news, visit familyanatomy.com.

DATE: Tue, 16 Mar 2010
SIZE: 23.8 MB
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FA Retro - Anatomy of Teaching Responsibility

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about the importance of teaching children to be responsible by giving them jobs around the house. Dr. G hates the Ch-word, but: give your kids chores! For family and psychology news, visit familyanatomy.com!

DATE: Tue, 09 Mar 2010
SIZE: 21.3 MB
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FA099 - Anatomy of Mental Health

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe speak to child psychiatrist and founder of ementalhealth.ca, Dr. Michael Cheng, about anxiety, sensory processing problems, and how parents can find information about mental health problems. What are the most common mental health concerns? Are there general strategies for parents who want to help their kids cope with worry? What are sensory processing problems, and how are they treated? Dr. Cheng recommends SPD Foundation for more information. Website of the Week: eMentalHealth For family and psychology news, visit familyanatomy.com.

DATE: Tue, 02 Mar 2010
SIZE: 20.4 MB
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FA098 - Anatomy of "No Time for Flash Cards"

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk with Allison McDonald, creator of No Time for Flash Cards, about experiential learning, art, the benefits of doing crafts with kids, and balancing parenting with other interests. Website of the Week: No Time for Flash Cards For family and psychology news, visit familyanatomy.com.

DATE: Tue, 23 Feb 2010
SIZE: 20.9 MB
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FA097 - Anatomy of Three Things

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about recent research in psychology, including: What happens to kids who witness bullying? The effect of having kids on life satisfaction The language used by couples says something about their relationship. Website of the week: Science of Loneliness For family and psychology news, visit familyanatomy.com

DATE: Tue, 16 Feb 2010
SIZE: 24.2 MB
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FA Retro - Anatomy of Childhood Crushes

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about childhood and teenage crushes.For family and psychology news, visithttp://familyanatomy.com.

DATE: Tue, 09 Feb 2010
SIZE: 26.2 MB
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FA096 - Anatomy of Sex Ed

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about how kids learn about sexuality at school and at home.  When is the best time for parents to talk to their kids about sex? What do children need to know? Do abstinence-only programs work? What about "the birds and the bees" talk? Find out what we think on this week's episode! Website of the Week: Children Now - Talking with Kids For family and psychology news, visit familyanatomy.com.  

DATE: Tue, 02 Feb 2010
SIZE: 24.1 MB
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FA095 - Anatomy of Lying

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about lying and how parents can respond to their kids' fibs.  How does lying develop? How can parents prevent it from becoming a problem? Find out in this week's episode! Website of the Week: Family Education For family and psychology news, visit familyanatomy.com.

DATE: Tue, 26 Jan 2010
SIZE: 20.9 MB
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FA094 - Anatomy of Three Things

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about recent research in psychology, including: How overweight college students react to spam e-mails How loneliness spreads between friends Does month of birth affect IQ? Website of the week: Scientific American Psychology For family and psychology news, visit Family Anatomy

DATE: Tue, 19 Jan 2010
SIZE: 23.6 MB
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FA Retro: Anatomy of the Winter Blues

Doctors Brian, Giuseppe, and Richard talk about the winter blues, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and how to overcome seasonal depression.Why do people become depressed in the winter?What can you do if you experience seasonal sadness?Find out in this week's episode!

DATE: Tue, 12 Jan 2010
SIZE: 26.8 MB
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FA093 - Anatomy of Dreams

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about dreams and nightmares.Do dreams have hidden meanings?Is it normal for kids to have nightmares?How can parents help their kids to deal with bad dreams?Find out in this week's episode!Website of the Week: Kids Health - NightmaresFor family and psychology news, visit familyanatomy.com.

DATE: Tue, 05 Jan 2010
SIZE: 26.3 MB
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FA092 - Anatomy of Compassion

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe discuss compassion and its development.How can you encourage your kids to be compassionate?What is "self-compassion"?Find out in this week's episode!Website of the Week: Charter for CompassionFor family and psychology news, visit familyanatomy.com.

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Recent Comments for The Family Anatomy Podcast
Worth the listen

Fascinating and often hilarious insight into family issues

Submitted By: gabby.fennessy@... (on 1-2011)


I find that the information, ideas and discussion that the guys at family anatomy impart is invaluable. We have 2 young boys and emigrated to Western Australia and have no family support network to speak of and often feel quite isolated as I can imagine many parents often feel. Family Anatomy offers a sounding board that really does help us to negotiate our parenting skills. Thank you guys

Submitted By: b_every@... (on 6-2010)


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