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Toddler development in the family: Impact of father involvement and parenting characteristics

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A study of the quantitative and qualitative impacts of fathering and the relationships between parenting characteristics, father involvement in child rearing, and child adaptation; the sample population was 75 toddlers and their parents, with data collected through direct observation of toddler-parent interactions and questionnaires completed by the parents
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United States

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