Perceived Paternal and Maternal Involvement : Factor Structures , Mean Differences , and Parental Roles

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  title={Perceived Paternal and Maternal Involvement : Factor Structures , Mean Differences , and Parental Roles},
  author={Gordon and {\'E}. and Finley and SANDRA and D. and Mira and Seth and J.... and Schwartz},
  year={2008}
}
We are grateful to a number of undergraduate and graduate students, including Tara Sheehan, Leif Elliott, Crystal Langlois, Mike Mira, Dax Rodriguez, and Santresa Stewart. We are also grateful to Ron Mullis for his help with off-site data collection. Gordon E. Finley and Sandra D. Mira, Department of Psychology, Florida International University; Seth J. Schwartz, Center for Family Studies, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, University of… CONTINUE READING

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