Shlomit Shulman

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In this study, we evaluated an associative deficit hypothesis. This hypothesis suggests that the deficit seen in the episodic memory performance of older adults is due, in considerable part, to older adults' difficulty in binding together unrelated components of an episode into a cohesive entity (Naveh-Benjamin, 2000). The study extended the conditions(More)
  • S Shulman
  • 1997
Numerous studies have shown fathers to be less engaged and less involved with their children and adolescents. This paper discusses the possible function that fathers' lower involvement may play in the development of their children. Data from two studies conducted on adolescents show that on the one hand fathers spend less time and are less engaged with(More)
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