Inside the Black Box of Interactions Between Programs and Participants: Re-conceptualizing Subgroups for Fatherhood Program Evaluation. E. Knowledge


Our search yielded only one study that examined knowledge as a predictor of fatherhood outcomes-specifically, parenting (see Table VI.1). Appendix Table E.5 displays this finding. Guzell (2001) analyzed data from a sample of 66 dual-earner families with 1-year-old children and found that, controlling for socioeconomic status, infant difficulty, and perceived control over caregiving outcomes, fathers with more knowledge about infant development demonstrated lower levels of detached behavior during play with their children.

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