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Allen and Daly (2007) – The Effects of Father Involvement – An Updated Research Summary of the Evidence

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This document presents an updated overview of the key trends in the father involvement literature. While we are unable to provide methodological detail in such a succinct summary, we endeavoured to compile as accurately as possible, reliable research results that support these trends. It is clear from the research that father involvement has enormous implications for men on their own path of adult development, for their wives and partners in the coparenting relationship and, most importantly, for their children in terms of social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development.

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Allen, Sarah, and Kerry Daly. 2007. The Effects of Father Involvement: An Updated Research Summary of the Evidence. Guelph, ON: Father Involvement Research Alliance.

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