There’s little evidence that screen time harms adolescents’ mental health, and the pandemic highlights how we should look for its benefits.
Greater father involvement has been found to be linked with academic performance at school. This was true for all socioeconomic groups.
Child & Family Blog EditorMay 2020
Emotionally supportive parenting can help disadvantaged children and has been shown to have long-term positive impact.
Xutong ZhangApril 2020
This experiment, conducted in Canada, confirmed the importance of singing to babies and the positive effects that familiar songs have on them.
Child & Family Blog EditorApril 2020
Study has found that mothers prone to anxiety, stress, guilt and frustration are more likely to be harsh parents if the father is not supportive.
Positive coparenting leads to more father involvement and more father involvement leads to positive coparenting. It is chicken-and-egg.
The overall sensitivity of the fathers during play in this sample of 312 families - 119 African American fathers and 193 Latino fathers - was…