Fathers' and Mothers' Participation in Research
This study investigated the participation rates of fathers, as compared to mothers, in research related to parent and older adolescent psychological symptoms, drinking behavior, and perceived competence. Fathers and mothers did not differ in their rates of participation in the research (59% and 65%, respectively). Additionally, few differences were found between participating and nonparticipating parents. Implications for fathers' and mothers' involvement in research on the family are discussed.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Adolescence, v. 30, issue 119, p. 593-602.
Scholar Commons Citation
Phares, Vicky, "Fathers' and Mothers' Participation in Research" (1995). Psychology Faculty Publications. 969.