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More on The Moral Rationalization of Non-Married Fatherhood

Posted by Melissa Byers   |   Sep 25, 2012
The following is a post from Christopher A. Brown, Executive Vice President of National Fatherhood Initiative. This post is his ... Read More

Topics: research

Fatherhood’s In the Genes

Posted by Vincent DiCaro   |   Sep 13, 2012
A recent op-ed in The New York Times provides dads with more evidence of why they are important to their children. The article... Read More

Topics: research, New York Times, genetics

What Should We Do About Men?

Posted by Roland Warren   |   Sep 11, 2012
The latest sortie in our culture’s “men are unnecessary” phenomenon has come from a Boise State University biologist named Greg... Read More

Topics: research, men, statistics

Just the Father Facts

Posted by Vincent DiCaro   |   Aug 16, 2012
Having worked at National Fatherhood Initiative for over 10 years now, I sometimes take for granted why our issue is so... Read More

Topics: research, Father Facts, statistics, single motherhood, Princeton University, New York Times

Remembering Stephen Covey

Posted by Melissa Byers   |   Jul 16, 2012
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Topics: research, men, recommending reading, stephen covey

Do involved fathers = smarter, better behaved children?

Posted by Fatherhood Blog   |   Sep 29, 2011
According to findings from a recent study from Concordia University, the answer to that question is yes. Compared to children... Read More

Topics: fatherhood resources, research

Dad is Carpool King

Posted by Fatherhood Blog   |   Sep 20, 2011
A recent survey conducted by Chevrolet found that dads are taking a more active role in carpooling their kids to school,... Read More

Topics: research, survey, Chevrolet, mama says

Why Should Dad Care?

Posted by Fatherhood Admin   |   Feb 2, 2011
A recently released study by The Ohio State University suggests that in families with young children, the parents were more... Read More

Topics: research, mothers, mama says

One Father's "Duh" Moment

Posted by Fatherhood Admin   |   Sep 13, 2010
From Chris Brown, NFI's Executive Vice President:The NYT Motherlode blog recently reported on a new study on the biology behind... Read More

Topics: research

Father Absence and Puberty?

Posted by Vincent DiCaro   |   Aug 9, 2010
Time magazine just published an article about young girls entering puberty earlier and earlier. The article is based on a study... Read More

Topics: research, time magazine, pediatrics, puberty

Don't Fumble the Baby...

Posted by Fatherhood Admin   |   May 25, 2010
Last week, I had an opportunity to speak at a briefing hosted by Congressman Danny Davis (D-IL). The purpose of the briefing was... Read More

Topics: infant, research, memories of dads, babies, unplanned pregnancy, biological parents

Crime of fatherlessness...

Posted by Fatherhood Admin   |   Nov 11, 2009
In light of the execution of D.C. sniper John Muhammad last night, I thought that you would find of interest a piece that I wrote... Read More

Topics: research, d.c. sniper

Paying More Attention to Fathers

Posted by Fatherhood Admin   |   Nov 3, 2009
The New York Times published an interesting article that not only highlights the importance of involved fathers, but also the... Read More

Topics: research

Who Really Wants Work-Family Balance?

Posted by Fatherhood Admin   |   Oct 28, 2009
Even in time of recession, work-family balance is still a popular topic. As is this recent study from the British Equality and... Read More

Topics: research

Genes or Dads?

Posted by Vincent DiCaro   |   Sep 15, 2009
A new study by researchers at the University of Oregon asserts that genetic factors are more important in determining when a... Read More

Topics: research

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