Do early father–infant interactions predict the onset of externalising behaviours in young children? Findings from a longitudinal cohort study

@inproceedings{Ramchandani2013DoEF,
  title={Do early father–infant interactions predict the onset of externalising behaviours in young children? Findings from a longitudinal cohort study},
  author={Paul G. Ramchandani and Jill Domoney and Vaheshta Sethna and Lamprini Psychogiou and Haido Vlachos and Lynne Murray},
  booktitle={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Factors related to parents and parenting capacities are important predictors of the development of behavioural problems in children. Recently, there has been an increasing research focus in this field on the earliest years of life, however, relatively few studies have addressed the role of fathers, despite this appearing to be particularly pertinent to child behavioural development. This study aimed to examine whether father-infant interactions at age 3 months independently predicted… CONTINUE READING
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