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In the August issue of Journal of Marriage and Family, Volume 68, Number 3, errors in values appeared in Table 3 in the article, “Maternal Employment in Childhood and Adults’ Retrospective Reports of Parenting Practices,” by Kei M. Nomaguchi and Melissa A. Milkie. This table is reprinted on the following pages with corrected values in bold type. The publisher apologizes for this error.

Table 3. Ordinary Least Square LS Regression Coefficients for Adults’ Reports of Fathers’ Parenting Practices in Childhood Regressed on Mothers’ Employment Status, Cohort, Gender, and Other Characteristics: American Adults Aged 25 – 74, Who Lived With Two Biological Parents
 SupportDisciplineVerbal or physical assaults
Model 1Model 2Model 3Model 1Model 2Model 3Model 1Model 2Model 3
bSEbSEbSEbSEbSEbSEbSEbSEbSE
  1.   a Reference groups.

  2.   * p < .05. * * p < .01. * * * p < .001.

Mother’s employment in childhood 
 Never employeda
 Employed some or a little of childhood −0.560.23* −0.860.48 −0.840.35* −0.160.110.010.24 −0.270.170.110.110.140.210.400.15*
 Employed all or most of childhood −1.020.26*** −0.990.50* −1.390.37*** −0.410.13** −0.500.25* −0.580.18**0.290.12*0.090.220.690.17***
Cohort 
 Baby Busta
 Baby Boom −0.090.25 −0.060.46 −0.090.250.160.120.220.230.160.12 −0.150.11 −0.240.21 −0.150.11
 Before World War II0.640.30*0.320.500.630.30* −0.030.150.060.25 −0.030.15 −0.540.14*** −0.480.23* −0.530.14***
 Great Depression1.410.37***1.180.55*1.420.37*** −0.050.18 −0.080.27 −0.050.18 −0.820.17*** −1.040.26*** −0.810.17***
 Baby Bust × Mother Employed Some or a Little of Childhooda    
 Baby Boom × Mother Employed Some or a Little of Childhood 0.180.61  −0.360.30  −0.100.27 
 Before World War II × Mother Employed Some or a Little of Childhood 0.630.68  −0.180.33  −0.210.31 
 Great Depression × Mother Employed Some or a Little of Childhood 0.660.81 0.060.40 0.450.38 
 Baby Bust × Mother Was Employed All or Most of Childhooda    
 Baby Boom × Mother Employed All or Most of Childhood  −0.390.63 0.260.31 0.440.28 
 Before World War II × Mother Employed All or Most of Childhood 0.400.74  −0.110.36  −0.050.33 
 Great Depression × Mother Employed All or Most of Childhood 0.090.95 0.110.48 0.370.45 
Gender 
 Daughters −0.260.20 −0.270.20 −0.630.32* −0.180.10 −0.180.10 −0.340.16* −0.540.09*** −0.540.09*** −0.150.15
 Daughters × Mother Was Never Employeda   
 Daughters × Mother Was Employed Some or a Little of Childhood 0.510.46 0.200.23  −0.530.21*
 Daughters × Mother Was Employed All or Most of Childhood 0.700.50 0.320.24  −0.740.22***
Father’s employment status in childhood 
 Father was not always employed −1.000.34** −1.000.34** −1.000.34**0.180.170.170.170.180.170.270.160.270.160.260.16
Financial conditions in childhood 
 Better off0.600.24*0.590.24*0.600.24* −0.160.12 −0.150.12 −0.160.12 −0.190.11 −0.170.11 −0.180.11
 Averagea
 Worse −1.790.25*** −1.790.25*** −1.790.25*** −0.360.12** −0.350.12 ** −0.360.12**0.690.11***0.690.11***0.690.11***
 Missing1.711.211.751.221.721.21 −0.200.57 −0.190.57 −0.200.57 −1.150.56* −1.140.56* −1.140.56*
Mother’s education 
 College degree −0.100.38 −0.110.39 −0.110.38 −0.180.19 −0.160.19 −0.190.19 −0.020.170.010.17 −0.010.17
 Some college −0.220.34 −0.210.34 −0.220.340.060.170.060.170.060.170.120.150.120.150.120.15
 High schoola
 Less than high school0.040.250.030.250.040.25 −0.060.12 −0.060.12 −0.060.120.0010.11 −0.0010.11 −0.0030.11
Father’s education 
 College degree0.650.350.650.360.650.350.610.17***0.590.17***0.610.17*** −0.360.16* −0.380.16* −0.360.16*
 Some college0.560.370.560.370.580.370.120.180.110.180.120.18 −0.160.16 −0.160.16 −0.180.16
 High schoola
 Less than high school −0.260.25 −0.260.25 −0.260.250.020.120.010.120.010.120.010.110.0010.110.010.11
Older siblings 
 Nonea
 One −0.060.26 −0.050.26 −0.060.260.170.130.170.130.170.13 −0.060.12 −0.060.12 −0.060.12
 Two or more −0.160.25 −0.160.25 −0.160.250.370.12**0.370.12**0.370.12** −0.110.11 −0.110.11 −0.100.12
Younger siblings 
 Nonea
 One0.240.260.250.260.240.260.730.13***0.730.13***0.730.13***0.260.12*0.260.12*0.270.12*
 Two or more −0.300.25 −0.290.25 −0.290.250.620.12***0.610.12***0.620.12***0.560.12***0.560.12***0.560.12***
Rural/urban residence in childhood 
 Rural area0.940.36**0.970.36**0.970.36**0.800.18***0.780.18***0.810.18***0.150.160.130.160.110.16
 Small town0.590.350.600.350.620.350.350.17*0.340.17*0.370.17*0.100.160.100.160.080.16
 Middle-size towna
 Suburbs0.270.380.280.380.300.380.200.190.200.190.210.190.190.170.190.170.160.17
 City0.440.370.450.380.480.380.090.180.090.180.110.180.310.170.310.170.270.17
 Moved around0.630.600.630.600.630.600.840.29**0.810.29**0.840.29**0.980.26***0.970.27***0.990.26***
Both parents were born in the United States0.140.320.130.320.150.320.150.150.150.150.150.15 −0.250.14 −0.240.14 −0.250.14
Race/ethnicity 
 Whitea
 Black1.230.38**1.230.38**1.210.38**0.840.19***0.810.19***0.840.19***0.020.180.0010.180.040.17
 Hispanic1.400.61*1.400.62*1.440.61*0.600.30*0.620.30*0.620.30* −0.390.29 −0.370.29 −0.420.3
 Other race0.250.590.240.590.290.59 −0.070.28 −0.080.28 −0.050.280.130.260.130.260.090.26
 Missing2.150.75**2.120.75**2.130.75**1.160.37**1.170.37**1.150.37**0.110.350.100.350.120.35
Intercept11.150.57***11.260.64***11.320.58***5.050.28**5.020.32***5.130.28***2.020.26***2.070.29***1.830.26***
Adjusted R20.067***0.066***0.067***0.055***0.055***0.055***0.079***0.080***0.084***
n2,2002,2052,086

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