Catherine K. Buckley, Department of Child Development and Family Studies, Purdue University; Sarah J. Schoppe-Sullivan, Department of Human Development and Family Science, The Ohio State University.
Father involvement and coparenting behavior: Parents' nontraditional beliefs and family earner status as moderators
Article first published online: 27 JUL 2010
Copyright © 2010 IARR
Volume 17, Issue 3, pages 413–431, September 2010
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BUCKLEY, C. K. and SCHOPPE-SULLIVAN, S. J. (2010), Father involvement and coparenting behavior: Parents' nontraditional beliefs and family earner status as moderators. Personal Relationships, 17: 413–431. doi: 10.1111/j.1475-6811.2010.01287.x
This article was derived from the first author's masters thesis. Portions of this work were also presented at the 2006 National Council on Family Relations conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota. We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Department of Human Development and Family Science at Ohio State and the NICHD for this research (HD 050235). We would also like to thank the families who participated in this study and the students who assisted with data collection and coding, especially Claire Cook, Evan Davis, Kimberly Snyder, Britt Thompson, and Arielle Sheftall. Finally, thanks to Stephen Petrill and Carolyn Reed for comments on an earlier draft of this article.
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- Article first published online: 27 JUL 2010
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