PODCAST: Becoming a Parent
We recently talked with two new dads, to demystify misconceptions about how quickly children develop.
We recently talked with two new dads, to have an open and honest conversation about what it means to become a parent. Using their story, we share psychology insights about the development of a child’s brain, and demystify misconceptions about how quickly children are able to reach certain developmental milestones such as walking and talking. We also discussed research on what parenting styles help and hinder early childhood development.
* This is our Pilot podcast, so please forgive us if the sound isn’t perfect.
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Berk, L.E. (2013). Child development (9th ed.). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
Meet the host
Matt is a psychology enthusiast and the founder of ripen. As the host of ‘Brain Hacks’, Matt enjoys talking to and interviewing real people about their real life experiences, sharing psychology insights that are beneficial and relevant to helping people be the best they can be.