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KPCC Radio - Defining youth rebellion in the 21st century
KPCC Radio - Throwback Summer: Are kids today overprogrammed?
KPCC Radio - New poll shows more working moms prefer to work full-time
KPCC Radio - The Brood: Working parents struggle to balance work and family duties




Marital Satisfaction and Cortisol Study

LA Times - Study: Dads shoulder more housework, child care; moms still exhausted
APA Monitor - Marital bliss may blunt office blues
Science Daily - For women, marital distress means less relief from stress
Marie Claire UK - Wedded bliss cuts stress for women
UCLA Press Release - For women, martial distress means less relief from stress


Home Tours Study

UCLA Magazine - The Clutter Culture
National Affairs - In a bad place


Housework, Leisure, and Cortisol Study

Prevention - 12 ways to have more fun: Tip #3 Swear off dusting!Los Angeles Times - Irreconcilable differences at the end of the day: Men, women, and housework
NPR's Madeleine Brand Show - Housework stresses women out, while men find zen, new study shows
Real Simple Magazine - Time management techniques for the modern woman
Redbook Magazine - 7 secrets of low-stress families
PsychCentral - Housework increases stress for dual wage earners
Live Science - Working moms: Keys to lower stress
USC Dornsife Press Release - Study examines stress levels for couples: Men's stress levels improve when wives work more


Articles About Dr. Saxbe

Sonima- How Tidying Your Space Affects Mental Clarity
Daily Trojan - Anxiety is now top mental health concern for students
USC Dornsife News - Under the Skin
USC Featured Postdoc - Darby Saxbe
USC Dornsife Video Gallery - Brain and Creativity Institute Fellow
UCLA Magazine Profile - Graduate student profile: Darby Saxbe


Articles by Dr. Saxbe - A couples therapist screws up
Psychology Today - 10 ways to perk up your relationship
Slate - Jeb Bush Says Psych Majors End Up "Working at Chick-fil-A" 



Society for Research in Child Development - Early Career Award