An updated and expanded meta-analysis of nonresident fathering and child well-being.

Johnson, Sara K.
Adamsons, K. L.
2013

Since Amato and Gilbreth’s (1999) meta-analysis of nonresident father involvement and child well-being, nonmarital childbirths and nonresident father involvement both have increased. The unknown implications of such changes motivated the present study, a meta-analytic review of 52 studies of nonresident father involvement and child well-being. Consistent with Amato and Gilbreth, we found that posi... read more

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Subjects
Father and child--Psychological aspects.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/009793
Original publication
Adamsons, K. L., & Johnson, S. K. (2013). An updated and expanded meta-analysis of nonresident fathering and child well-being. Journal of Family Psychology, 27(4), 589-599.
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