Still Looking for Poppa
clinical child research, family research, developmental psychopathology, fathers
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
In 1992, V. Phares published an article titled "Where's Poppa?: The Relative Lack of Attention to the Role of Fathers in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology" (see record 1992-35063-001). Since that time, there have been modest gains in the research literature on clinical child issues, but there remains a wide gap between the inclusion of mothers and fathers in clinical child and family research. To provide an update of this issue for the field of developmental psychopathology, the authors of this comment conducted an updated review and analysis of the research on fathers and developmental psychopathology. These current data were compared with the data from the Phares and Compas (1992) study. It was found that there continues to be a dearth of research on fathers and developmental psychopathology.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
American Psychologist, v. 60, issue 6, p. 735-736.
Scholar Commons Citation
Phares, Vicky; Fields, Sherecce A.; Kamboukos, D.; Kamboukos, Dimitra; and Lopez, L., "Still Looking for Poppa" (2005). Psychology Faculty Publications. 994.