Study Findings on Impacts of Quantity vs. Quality Father Involvement with Young Children

Based on the results of one study on father involvement and toddlers' development, qualitative characteristics (attitudes, behavioral sensitivity) rather than quantitative characteristics (amount of father's time with child) are more important for toddlers' development.

Created on November 21 2015 at 08: 00 AM


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1: "Toddler Development In The Family: Impact Of Father Involvement And Parenting Characteristics," Child Development, 1984, by MA Easterbrooks, WA Goldberg. (Citations: 356).

The family context of toddler development was explored with 75 20-month-olds and their parents. To determine the impact of quantitative and qualitative aspects of fathering, relationships between father involvement in child rearing, parenting characteristics ( ...



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