Siblings and child development, The downsides of cars

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Dollmaker Amy Jandrisevits crafts dolls for children with physical differences so that they look like them. Her project is called A Doll Like Me. Photo courtesy of Amy Jandrisevits

A child psychology expert joins us to explore the role siblings play in our development. Then, an author shares his book about the ways cars make life worse and how to improve those problems.

Featured in this Show

  • The role siblings play in child development

    Adolescents with siblings experience childhood differently than someone who is an only child. An expert on child development and familial bonds joins us to look at how these different relationships shape us.

  • The problems cars cause and how we can make them better

    There are more than 290 million vehicles on the road in the United States, more than one car for every adult. The author of “Carmageddon: How Cars Make Life Worse and What to Do About It” talks about the future of transportation and re-imagining communities that don’t make cars their top priority.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
  • Lorin Cox Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Producer
  • Anna Lindell Guest
  • Daniel Knowles Guest

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