Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Another pro-father research study

Glenn Sacks report on another research study:
Objective: This systematic review aims to describe longitudinal evidence on the effects of father involvement on children's developmental outcomes.

Father engagement reduces the frequency of behavioural problems in boys and psychological problems in young women; it also enhances cognitive development while decreasing criminality and economic disadvantage in low SES families.
There are now many studies on the importance of fathers in their kids' lives.

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