Research shows that parents’ legitimacy increases when they set rules based on morality and safety. Constructive practices are more effective than harsh ones.
Kendra ThomasJanuary 2021
Seventy attachment researchers with long track records in the field collaborated globally to produce a seminal statement concerning the widespread use of attachment theory in…
Fathers have been at home more and have been more available to their children, allowing them to hone play skills that support child development.
Paul RamchandaniJanuary 2021
Nurturing fatherhood was embedded in male biology long ago and likely laid evolutionary foundations for other fathering roles.
Lee T. GettlerJanuary 2021
Correlations have been found between adverse childhood experiences in fathers’ lives and sleep disruption, inattention, anger, and anxiety in their children.
Scientific evidence is easily sidelined by parental beliefs and displaced by critical anecdotes on the Internet.
Justin K ScottNovember 2020