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Understanding fathering: The Early Head Start study of fathers of newborns

Description:
A study of the involvement of low-income fathers in the development of their birth to 14 month-old children, based on a sample of 108 fathers in 10 states
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Funder(s):
Country:
United States
State(s)/Territories/Tribal Nation(s):
Arkansas; Idaho; Nebraska; New York; Pennsylvania; South Carolina; Tennessee; Utah; Vermont; Virginia

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