Sep 01, 2008
Jacinta Bronte-Tinkew,
Jennifer Carrano,
Allison Horowitz

Examines how father involvement is associated with infant cognitive outcomes in two domains (babbling and exploring objects with a purpose). Results indicate that varied aspects of father involvement (cognitively stimulating activities, physical care, paternal warmth, and care giving activities) are associated with a lower likelihood of infant cognitive delay.

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Jacinta Bronte-Tinkew
Jennifer Carrano
Allison Horowitz