Fatherhood

Having More Children May Slow Aging
Paternal and Maternal Depression Affects Children Differently
Fathers Can Offset Consequences of Maternal Depression
Parental Modeling Affects Children’s Future Relationships
Parenthood Is Still Good 
Parenthood Is Still Good 
Father Absence, Delinquency, and Depression
More Men Means More Marriage
More Men Means More Marriage
Fathers Who Live with their Children are More Involved in their Children’s Lives
Father Engagement Reduces Stress in their Adolescent Child
Father Engagement Reduces Depressive Affect and Promotes Cognitive Development
Paternal Involvement Increases Children’s Quality of Life
Fathers Matter in the Health of Their Children
Father Involvement Influences Attachment to Their Children
Paternal Involvement Impacts Infants’ Brain Development
Father’s Interaction Changes the Brain Volume of his Infant Child
A Father’s Involvement During Infancy Predicts Children’s Mental Health in Childhood
Fathers’ Healthy Attachment with their Infants Have Higher Quality Relationships and Interactions with Them
Fathers’ Religious Attendance Decreases the Likelihood of Risky Behavior Among Adolescents
Fathers’ Religious Attendance Decreases the Likelihood of Risky Behavior Among Adolescents
Fathers’ Religious Attendance Decreases the Likelihood of Risky Behavior Among Adolescents
“Depressed Daddy-less Daughters”
Effect of “Boomerang Fathers” on Adolescent Girls
Fathers’ Smoking Prior to Conception Harms Future Children
Men Benefit from Marriage
A Portrait of Latino Fathers
Positive Influence of Fathers
Father’s Involvement Boosts Baby’s Mental Development
Fathers Influence Daughter’s Sexual Behavior
Fathers in Intact Families Spend More Time with their Children Compared to Non-Intact Families
Parental Warmth is Associated with a Potpourri of Outcomes
A Secure Father-Infant Attachment Predicts Greater Paternal Sensitivity Over Time
A Father’s Touch Positively Impacts His Infant and Himself
Father-Infant Interaction Influences Fathers’ Hormonal Responses
When Fathers Interact with their Infant, Their Physiology Changes
When Fathers See Their Infants, Brain Activation and Testosterone Levels Increase
Adolescent Sexual Intercourse and Fathers’ Response: Analysis by Family Structure and Religious Worship
Adolescent Sexual Intercourse and Fathers Response: Analysis by Family Structure
Adolescent Sexual Intercourse and Fathers Response: Analysis by Religious Worship
Adolescent Sexual Intercourse and Fathers Response: Analysis by Religious Worship
Young Mothers, Absent Fathers, and Crime
Parent-Child Bond, Socioeconomic Status, and Health
Misleading Assumptions in Fatherhood Research
The High Calling of Fatherhood
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