Subtle Reminders of Child-Raising Intentions and Men and Women's Perception of Paid Parental Leave Policies in the United States

Williams, Tai C.


  • The United States is the only developed country that fails to provide paid parental leave (PPL) for employees, despite the financial and health benefits it has for both parents and newborn children. The present study sought to better understand one factor that might contribute to increased voter interest in PPL: reminding young men and women of their family-raising intentions. In our pre-registere... read more
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