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- Jane LaMond-Alvarez on Child Abduction and Abuse and Thomas N. Bradbury, Ph.D. on The Destruction of Marriage
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- Jane Lemond-Alvarez is a Foster Parent, Author, and Child Advocate. She is a child abuse expert and former crime analyst from the Ventura California Police Department. She is a published author of the true stories: Blinders and Where's Mario. She is also one of the founders of The Injustice Files an organization dedicated to protecting children from child abuse.
Thomas N. Bradbury, Ph. D. is a Professor in the UCLA Department of Psychology where he started the Marriage and Family Development Laboratory. With funding from the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, and the John Templeton Foundation, Bradbury and his collaborators have published more than 100 research articles and three edited books, including The Psychology of Marriage. Recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award from the UCLA Psychology Department, Bradbury has also been honored with several awards for his research on marriage and intimate relationships, including the Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Achievements from the American Psychological Association.