A New IQ, National Joke Day, To Succeed Don't Tell Anyone, Jumping the Picket Fence, Professor's Perspective of Back to School, Screen Cleaning
The Lisa Show - Radio Archive, Episode 237
- Aug 16, 2019 2:00 pm
- 1:41:49 mins
A New IQ (0:00:00) Child development expert and psychologist Dr. Robert Reiher explains how parents can use their kids' fixation with technology and digital entertainment in order to better communicate with them. National Joke Day (0:14:58) In honor of National Joke Day, we hit the streets to find some quality jokes. Then, professional comedian Kellen Erskine joins us to talk about his favorite jokes and why comedy means so much to us. To Succeed, Don't Tell Anyone (0:35:07) Dr. Art Markman, executive director of the journal "Cognitive Science," discusses how relying on those around us can actually stop us from reaching our goals. Jumping the Picket Fence (0:51:12) Lydia Dean, author of "Jumping the Picket Fence," tells her story of traveling internationally with her kids and teaches how to serve your community no matter where you are. Professor's Perspective on Back to School (1:06:04) Communications professor Kacy Faulconer talks about how teachers feel at the start of a new school year. Screen Cleaning (1:27:34) Jeff Simpson and Cole Wissinger of BYU Radio's Screen Cleaning discuss this weekend's newest film releases and talk about which ones are worth going to see.